unexcited


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unexcited

(ˌʌnɪkˈsaɪtɪd)
adj
1. not aroused to pleasure, interest, agitation, etc
2. (General Physics) (of an atom, molecule, etc) remaining in its ground state
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unexcited - not excitedunexcited - not excited; "made an unexcited appraisal of the situation"
unagitated - not agitated or disturbed emotionally
excited - in an aroused state
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It was so soft and unexcited and appreciative gave a favourable interpretation to everything.
On the other hand, the scout was obscure; because from the lingering pride of color, he rather affected the cold and artificial manner which characterizes all classes of Anglo-Americans when unexcited.
The flashing flame gleamed from one sun- burnt countenance to another, exhibiting every variety of expression, from the juvenile simplicity of the children, mingled as it was with a shade of the wildness peculiar to their semi-barbarous lives, to the dull and immovable apathy that dwelt on the features of the squatter, when unexcited.
He finally jumped in when it became evident that Republican voters, unexcited about their choices, were willing to shop around.
He sees the activities of his own support base as insufficient and unexcited.
In a quiet and unexcited manner, the film thoroughly questions the source of emotion and uncovers the ideology of emotion-generation within the existing production and reception culture of classical cinema.
We are pretty unexcited by the outlook of gold," Charles Morris, head of absolute return at HSBC Global Asset Management, said.
However, fans are said to be unexcited at the prospect of seeing this match-up.
The report reviewed nine priorities to be implemented; a twining plan to be presented to donors, implementing fingerprint and photo system to get rid of unexcited employees and of double jobs in the army and civil service, approving a partnership document with CSOs, transparency reports on minerals industries, appointing the news members of the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, power reform plans, reform programs with International Monetary Fund, increasing donors' funds to human condition and reconstruction and Yemen's join to Deauville Partnership with Arab Countries in Transition.
They did not see the need for a talking shop in the north-east of England, were unimpressed by proposed changes to their local government, and were unexcited by the PCCs.
IT SEEMS churlish to remain unexcited at the prospect of extra money, but the new bonuses for Sunday racing have registered no higher than 'ho-hum' on the internal scale of exhilaration.