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undynamic

(ˌʌndaɪˈnæmɪk)
adj
not dynamic; without force or personality
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Adj.1.undynamic - characterized by an absence of force or forcefulnessundynamic - characterized by an absence of force or forcefulness
dynamic, dynamical - characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; "a dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm"
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Anyway, just like ITV's tear-starters Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell, undynamic duo Mel Giedroyc and Matt Bland - sorry Baker - travel the world trying to make people cry.
Traditionally the early modern era is seen as an undynamic phase in the political evolution of German towns, but Philip Hoffmann-Rehnitz and Alexander Schlaak argue in their respective essays that the intensification of written communication in early modern German cities created new forms of political interaction and new constitutional structures.
This undynamic duo represent Callous Conservatisim at its worst, a creed which doesn't give a damn about the plight of poor families.
WITH the weather set fair in Sicily and the venue's main defence (the wind) unlikely to be a factor, two young bucks can assert themselves over a pair of experienced but undynamic plodders, writes Steve Palmer.
In this context, it is useful to consider how the donor-driven conceptualizations of gender and sexuality in relation to sub-Saharan HIV/AIDS are homogeneous and undynamic, despite the work done by those African feminists mentioned above as well as by other researchers who have highlighted the heterogeneity and dynamism of sexual and gender relations in Africa.
The first episode sees the undynamic duo searching for the missing guarantee for their vacuum cleaner.
A WANNABE Madonna from Ukraine, undynamic duo Denomic, and a single mum who had made sock puppets and a paper dream catcher for the judges - just another year at the X Factor auditions then.
Despite having the most undynamic name in the long and colourful history of pizza making, 800 Pizza is a gem of an establishment.
Keigwin's piece brought the entire company on stage, but their small-scaled gestures seemed fussy and undynamic.
His depiction of us as uninventive, undynamic "tartan tosspots" would rightly have landed him in trouble if he'd said it about Jews or blacks.
The role of charisma in the Villaraigosa-Hahn campaign, experts say, was eerily similar to that in the Arnold Schwarzenegger-Gray Davis gubernatorial recall campaign in 2003, when the action star's magnetism helped him unseat an undynamic governor who had just been re-elected a year earlier.
Wainwright's presence onstage, however, served to accentuate the work's already dangerously split personality, a problem unsolved by Will Tuckett's undynamic choreography.