uncharismatic

uncharismatic

(ˌʌnˌkærɪzˈmætɪk)
adj
(of a person) not charismatic; lacking charisma; dull
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While his hugely successful brother Salman Khan could pull off playing a cheeky police officer called Chulbul Pandey in the Arbaaz-produced (and directed) Dabangg series, his sibling is relatively uncharismatic to pull off a tough-as-nails cop role.
Other than his 12-year stint as vice president of Liberia to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the uncharismatic Joseph N.
Despite an accurate and relatable plot, Sheldon's use of uncharismatic language leaves the reader unsure of the appropriate audience for this novel.
The 51-year-old Bosnian-born Dalic stepped in for the unpopular and uncharismatic Ante Cacic after the Croatians slipped from first to third in their group and oversaw a 2-0 win over Ukraine which lifted them into the playoffs.
The quality of performances range from excellent (Mohamed Mamdouh's performance as Ahmed is delivered with such spontaneity that helps in transcending the character's melancholy in an effortless way; Ahmed Malek's equally believable portrayal of two different sides of a very multilayered character; and Riham Abdel Ghafour's fresh take on FiFi, which shows the audience a level of talent they never knew existed within her) to awful (Jamila Awad gives a career low performance with her emotionally detached portrayal of a supposedly insanely romantic character; Salma Abu Deif's uncharismatic presence on screen; and Gehad Saad's monotonous display of the character Abdel Salam).
Labour and the Liberals won enough seats to form the government that gave us the first Labour Prime Minister, the bearded, uncharismatic Ramsay MacDonald whose opposition to World War One and rabid socialist views made many think that he was unelectable.
Some might ask: Why put so much effort into saving an uncharismatic plant that resembles an overgrown tuft of Kentucky bluegrass?
Its humor mostly relying on adult language, sexual situations and juvenile behavior, the show takes time to actually become likeable, as its titular high school officials start the series as amoral and uncharismatic figures.
Kern, more of a businessman than a political operator, says this about a gray, uncharismatic bureaucracy that has been running Austria for generations in the guise of an effective two-party system, a bureaucracy that has buried the nation's agenda in endless committees, political jockeying and meaningless rhetoric.
No one knows what Shakespeare was like, so he might have been nerdy and uncharismatic, which is how I'm playing him.
No one knows what Shakespeare was personally like, so he might have been uncharismatic and nerdy, which is how I'm playing him.