unentertaining


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unentertaining

(ˌʌnˌɛntəˈteɪnɪŋ)
adj
not entertaining or amusing
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If the world had been full of such men, life would have probably appeared to Jukes an unentertaining and unprofitable business.
To anyone who saw the movie it was self-evident that it was a below average fare, poorly scripted and unentertaining.
Dodge ball has its place in every self-respecting school curriculum, but dodge bale is both unentertaining and life threatening.
And MacAulay is certainly a master of the ad lib and the instant witticism, a result of his years of experience on the live comedy circuit including a stint as the first Scottish compere at the Comedy Store in London - a club famed for its heckling and giving unentertaining performers short shrift.
When the moment came - the 12th minute, you see, to mark those 12 long, horrible, hideous, criminal, unwatchable, unentertaining, uninteresting, unbearable years without a Premier League title - the majority, thankfully, chose dignity.
Yet, to produce an ultimately and diegetically real impression of the sounds of Her's reality is impossible, or at least unentertaining.
When you look at this glaringly obvious lowering of ambition, and team it up with the deeply unentertaining football Slade's side is offering up, and also factor in results, then it is little wonder that Bluebirds fans right now are a dispirited bunch, a battle-weary brigade who have had their faith and loyalty to their club tested to the limits and beyond.
47-0-0, 26 KOs) is coming off a win against Marcos Maidana (35-5-0, 31 KOs) , in an unentertaining 12-round victory last Sept.
performances are certainly disappointingly unentertaining, though not
All I found was this puerile, silly, unentertaining Keith Lemon fronting an even more unentertaining programme.
In terms of strategy, it's less Barcelona and more Blackburn Rovers - not pretty to watch, unentertaining but broadly effective at doing the job in hand.