- adj. Not inspiring
- adj. depressing to the spirit
- un- + inspiring (Wiktionary)
“USATODAY. com - Lakers make mockery of Nets in uninspiring Finals”
“One year, as I prepared to face my English higher examination, I was presented with what can only be described as an uninspiring and anodyne list of verse from which to choose a poem.”
“But even if Gekko's defense has an element of truth, it's uninspiring, which is why Gekko remains the villain of "Wall Street," and not the hero.”
“The harsher mid-quarter look owes largely to what the analysts term an "uninspiring" trading pickup and a "less-pronounced season lift.”
“Still, the news heightened analysts 'concerns about Merck's late-stage pipeline of new products — which Sanford C. Bernstein's Timothy Anderson called "uninspiring" in a note to investors Friday.”
“UBS Investment Research cautioned that fiscal 2007 guidance could be "uninspiring," according to an Aug. 15 report.”
“Despite the overall positive outlook, Credit Suisse reduced its revenue estimate for the second half of 2006 by $750 million and its full-year earning-per-share estimate to $5.90 from $6, in part due to management's "uninspiring" commentary on enterprise demand.”
“Large American pharmaceutical companies will likely deliver "uninspiring" second-quarter results, according to a Tuesday report by Cowen and Company.”
“As for industrial gas companieswhich sell oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen, among other gasestrends remain favorable as sales continue to rebound from an "uninspiring" April, McCarthy said.”
“Because of the slow market, UBS expects Viacom to deliver "uninspiring" second-quarter results.”
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