unimaginativeness


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unimaginativeness

(ˌʌnɪˈmædʒnətɪvnɪs)
n
the quality of being unimaginative
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unimaginativeness

[ˈʌnɪˈmædʒnətɪvnɪs] Nfalta f de imaginación
References in classic literature ?
Archer's serene unimaginativeness rested easily in the accepted and familiar, Janey was subject to starts and aberrations of fancy welling up from springs of suppressed romance.
At present, in relation to this demand that he should learn Latin declensions and conjugations, Tom was in a state of as blank unimaginativeness concerning the cause and tendency of his sufferings, as if he had been an innocent shrewmouse imprisoned in the split trunk of an ash-tree in order to cure lameness in cattle.
Consistent with the earlier accusation against him of "utter unimaginativeness," Airy is seen to reject the sociability that Hamilton identifies with a sympathetic capacity to "commune" with a larger world, a breadth of spirit integral to poetry and beneficial to science.