unilluminating love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not illuminating; unenlightening.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective failing to inform or clarify

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Examples

  • Unfortunately, Red & White is a conventional, unilluminating work, lacking historical context and individual characterisation, the best scenes being old black-and-white newsreels that accompany the final credits.

    Red & White – review

  • This is an entirely unilluminating and, worse, destructive argument to keep propelling forward.

    New York Times' Leslie Wayne Continues Twisted Jihad Against Edwards

  • And Joe Konecny, a Scotia spokesman, wrote a rather unilluminating email to The Commercial Observer, the thrust of which was, “We do not comment on proprietary real estate issues.”

    Scotiabank Leaving Lower Manhattan?

  • But first a digression: Was anything more unilluminating associated with the Democratic convention than the utterly predictable "commentary" offered by the talking heads on any of the networks?

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • Here he takes on Brad DeLong in a rather unilluminating debate on fiscal stimulus.

    Linkfest, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • And Joe Konecny, a Scotia spokesman, wrote a rather unilluminating email to The Commercial Observer, the thrust of which was, “We do not comment on proprietary real estate issues.”

    Scotiabank Leaving Lower Manhattan?

  • The Sotomayor hearings were unsatisfying and relatively unilluminating.

    Sotomayor Hearing Escapes Gravity

  • For as unilluminating as this poll is, it poses a key question for Obama's supporters and anyone concerned with racial justice, not just "feelings of racial prejudice": how do you find and engage those who don't want to know what change really looks like?

    Jeff Chang: The Politics of Identity Politics

  • After hours of largely unilluminating ping pong law, the performance mercifully came to an end.

    William Fisher: Kabuki on the Hill

  • I think the results would be in answer to the second question, and although I wouldn't consider that answer unimportant or unilluminating, you are really looking for the answer to the first question.

    Race and Gender and Class

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