unimaginatively love



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  • adv. Done in a unimaginative manner; not creatively.

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

  • adv. in a matter-of-fact manner
  • adv. without imagination


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  • Now Lifetime has come up with the unimaginatively titled Project Runway: After the Runway, a Watch What Happens but not live! knockoff chat show in which the designers comb over clips we've already seen.

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  • This was, he said, the unimaginatively named winter moth, which has its own equivalent of an anti-freeze system and can thus be on the wing when others are hibernating.

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  • "How's your sex life" one critic asked -- unimaginatively, we think.

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  • The very air of Tarsonis City—so unimaginatively named by the Old Families, who were not particularly imaginative themselves—capital of the planet, seemed to thrum with power and felt thick with intrigue.

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  • In 2008 he bought the unimaginatively named Mumbai Indians, a cricket team in the Indian Premier League.

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  • His unimaginatively-titled, but moderately interesting website may be found at www. jonathanpinnock.com.

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  • His unimaginatively-titled yet moderately interesting website may be found at www. jonathanpinnock.com, and you can follow him on Twitter at @jonpinnock.

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  • Huw Irranca-Davies, shadow minister for the marine and natural environment, asked the Speaker even more unimaginatively whether ministers meant what they ministerially said, and was assured by John Bercow: "Ministers are responsible for what they say and I must assume that they speak on behalf of the government."

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  • Her film, unimaginatively titled My Man and now lost, was a box-office disaster.

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  • To go from Beware the Gonzo to Sons of Perdition is to zip from the unimaginatively frivolous to wrenching life-decisions and excrutiating high costs.

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