Definitions

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  • adj. Not stimulated.

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Examples

  • Man's penis, when quiet and unstimulated, is soft, small and drooping.

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  • Many babies were too puny, sickly and "unstimulated" (un-loved) to survive.

    Thanks For Our Memories

  • I was totally unmoved and unstimulated by the film.

    Movie Review: Alice in Wonderland » Scene-Stealers

  • I feel like the 7.2 Mbps HSDPA radio in this device getting dusty, achy, unstimulated brain.

    AT&T Moves Up Its LTE Rollout, Admits To Network Issues

  • On the say-so of economists, Congress has spent upwards of $1 trillion to "stimulate" an economy that remains unstimulated.

    Follow the Money

  • O dear God! Give me strength of Soul to make one thorough Trial — if I land at Malta spite of all horrors to go through one month of unstimulated

    Introduction

  • In returning to the passage we started with, two points should arrest us: Coleridge's desire to achieve the momentary respite of an "unstimulated Nature" and the gesture toward faith.

    Introduction

  • Across the room Riley is firmly reminding Zaboo that her toes remain unstimulated, but Zaboo is resolute.

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  • From this state of repose, amounting almost to apathy respecting the past, his thoughts were carried forward to the future, which, in spite of all that existed to overcloud the prospect, glittered with such hues as, under much happier auspices, his unstimulated imagination had not been able to produce, even in its most exalted state.

    The Talisman

  • The ocean is by its nature meditative, but there's no place aboard with a water view where you can sit and think and be unstimulated (by alcohol or otherwise) for a few minutes.

    Alison Stein Wellner: The Cruise Ship that Ate My Brain

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