from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Providing little or no information; not informative.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. lacking useful or interesting information
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking information
He was finishing his soup, his expression uninformative, but then he glanced down the table and caught her eye.
The bone had stayed clean, Paabo said, because "it's rather small and uninteresting and was thrown in a big box of 'uninformative' bones and was not handled much by people."
The upshot has been a string of uninformative MoD briefings.
However, this federally restricted use of the word research does not mean that the observations from personal life (herein called Type I Investigations) or experimenter pretesting (Type II Investigations) are either unimportant or uninformative and should therefore be dismissed.
How come almost all the columnists (except Fred Grimm, Carl Hiaasen and Dave Barry when we can get him) and 100% of the editorials in the Herald are boring and uninformative?
A blog post outlines how Google proposes to lower the boom on uninformative sites that have been gaming its search algorithm a little too well.
Google's blog post doesn't say this outright, but this move is best read as a defensive move by Google, part of its ongoing struggle to scrub search-optimized but uninformative "content farm" pages from its results.
It seems the White House's idea of an review is a highly technical and uninformative snapshot of the financial status of the Energy Department's existing loan portfolio.
Preliminary Google search turns up many, many largely uninformative whiz-bang-type articles.
This resulted in all sorts of uninformative Windows errors and also knocked the printer offline.
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