ambitionless


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ambitionless

(æmˈbɪʃənlɪs)
adj
without ambition, unambitious
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ambitionless - having little desire for success or achievementambitionless - having little desire for success or achievement
nonenterprising, unenterprising - lacking in enterprise; not bold or venturesome
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They are aided by the ambitionless actions of the Labour government in Cardiff Bay.
The ambitionless Carwyn Jones is so called leader of Wales, powerless puppet of his boss Miliband in London, leads us no-where here.
He has move o dhis ambitionless position fron r "No Change" in 2011 to accepting some minor tax poweo rs on offer fromr the ConDem Goveo rnment in London.
George and Martha, the ambitionless university professor and his acid-tongued wife, put each other, younger couple Nick and Honey and the audience through a booze-soaked, dark night of the soul before arriving at the tiniest speck of light at the other end.
Although the opposition, particularly the technically limited and ambitionless Andorrans, could hardly be described as stern, the relish with which Gerrard has undertaken his new role has been obvious for all to see.
In June the Irish national side - a set-up he mocked as amateurish and ambitionless - will be watching the World Cup on beach bar TVs.
The mountain refers to the domain of imagination and mysticism, in other words the contrary/opposite of the valley of common reality in the domain of the ignorant and ambitionless farmer who made the eagle live with ordinary chickens.
Or the person suddenly sees you as an ambitionless throwback, a loser mooching off your partner--though he or she won't tell you this to your face.