- adj. nonstandard Not excited.
- adj. not excited
“However, “We remain unexcited by WMG shares (Neutral rating), with the stock trading at just under 5x EBITDA, as organic EBITDA continues to decline,” says Pali Research under he heading, ‘Reducing Warner Music Estimates …””
“Now I admit that the trailer looks pretty good, but I remain unexcited about this movie, I mean I’ll see it, but I don’t have high hopes.”
“And 51\% of "unexcited" voters will defeat 49\% of even the most "inspired" voters.”
“Since the report was published, there has been a howl of terrified rage from those who enjoy Radio 4 already and an unexcited silence from those who don't.”
“I am excited for the New Super Mario Bros. because it will give me something fun to play with my girlfriend, and unexcited about The Last Guardian because I will finally have to scrape up funds for a PS3.”
“You wake up unhappy, go to work unexcited, come back unsatisfied, go to sleep unfulfilled.”
“I am irritated that I used a double negative ( "not unexcited") where I meant a single ( "not excited" or "unexcited").”
“Polls and complaints to the BBC about coverage before the event showed an unexcited nation, he said, adding: The public holiday blows a hole in the idea that the wedding will be an economic boost for Britain.”
“Stocks in Seoul were getting support from foreign and institutional buying, though analysts were unexcited about thre market's near term outlook.”
“So your kid comes home with a B or even a C ... what's more worrisome is if he or she comes home bored and unexcited about learning.”
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