from The Century Dictionary.
- Not talented; not gifted; not accomplished or clever.
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- adjective Not
talented; lacking in talent.
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- adjective devoid of talent; not gifted
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I find it funny when Carrie fans label Taylor as "untalented" when Carrie would be totally lost without her songwriters.
Michael Olowokandi and Eric Williams are two of the most unappealing, untalented players in the history of the game!
This Chris Brown guy is yet another example of our culture and society being destroyed by overhyped, untalented cretins who pose and preen themselves into some kind of wannabe phenomena.
We should look to the glory and splendor of the arena … Where even the most untalented one-hit-wonder will be able to regain a sliver of dignity before their untimely demise.
You know how when writers are too lazy/uninspired/uncreative/untalented to come up with a narrative for a piece they're writing, so they just slap together a bunch of small points and entitle it something like "Random Thoughts"?
How about a contest for the completely untalented, Scott?
This has meant aggressive antitrust law to reduce concentrated economic power, strict limits on the role of money in politics, support for unions as an equalizing force in the workplace, safety nets to ensure the independence of even the unlucky or untalented, universally accessible education to make equality of opportunity real, and, yes, redistribution of wealth to level out economic power and keep the society from the fraying of deep inequality.
Not every untalented person can be made famous and their position within the hyper-competitive world of pop culture is significant.
It was as if a director had yelled, “And . . . background noise!” to a bunch of really untalented movie extras.
Henry is a hilarious yet untalented author in pursuit of the next great American novel, and a little under-aged action.