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  • adj. Not motivating.


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un- +‎ motivating


  • "President Obama is doing a smashing job of discouraging, unmotivating and inducing fear among Latino voters," said Roberto Lovato, co-founder of

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  • The work I would complete in this class would be severely undermined by unmotivating involvement or spectating in a class whose possibilities and potential most likely would remain untapped all semester.

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  • I was disappointed and think Erik Mangini needs to go, he is too passive and unmotivating!

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  • Conversely, nothing is more unmotivating than a wreck of a desk on Monday morning.

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  • It will inevitably get boring and be unmotivating.

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  • In terms of inferences, too much consistency can be boring, unmotivating, and leave the impression of a lack of creativity.


  • It's hilarious, but the gameplay can get dull and unmotivating a lot.

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  • Along with other universities in Lithuania, they struggle with their outdated scientific base, bureaucratism, low salaries and unmotivating conditions for MA and PhD students.

  • There is nothing more unmotivating than saying "Take the time to give me your best ideas, for free," and then ignoring them.


  • If, as a manager, you are not communicating about your business and people are worried about losing their jobs, well, that is about as unmotivating as it gets.

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