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  • adv. In an uncreative way; without creativity.

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Examples

  • But, it is genuinely unethical for the city pension funds to put $68 million in the Davis Vanecko firm, called, uncreatively, DV Urban Realty.

    Ray Hanania: Hypocrisy in Chicago Politics is Deafening

  • The two main restaurants serving expatriates — Freedom Restaurant, which serves Iraqi food, and its uncreatively named neighbor, Chinese Freedom Restaurant, which serves dishes like “Cube + Milk + Nugget” — were all but vacant.

    Eater Of Worlds | ATTACKERMAN

  • But the law-enforcement types, are in one sense just doing their job, albeit uncreatively -- they sense that Carr's not telling all, and are understandably put off by his coyness and hoity-toity ways.

    Darrell Hartman: The Walker

  • It is often about idealism†searching and striving for what could or should be rather than uncreatively perpetuating what is or has always been.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast AM: July 10, 2006

  • I am, frankly, a little bit surprised at how uncreatively they are going about all this.

    Hullabaloo

  • Far too many one - and two-person biographical plays, by contrast, stick closely and uncreatively to the record, meaning that they can do little more than offer their viewers a watered-down history lesson.

    A 'Lion' Roars in Chicago

  • I can forgive that ignorance in Chavez, but not on someone who pretends to a certain intellectual status when in fact he is an empty shell, just good enough to parrot, uncreatively, his master's voice.

    08/28/2005 - 09/04/2005

  • They are covering their ass by acting professional, that is uncreatively.

    Putting the "G" in Fugly - Anil Dash

  • Murray's only two exceptions, surprisingly and rather uncreatively, are veterans

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • I've uncreatively dubbed this little baddie "The Magic Hack" and there appears to be a simple way to clear it up.

    Jason Cosper

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