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un·in·ter·est·ing

 (ŭn-ĭn′trĭ-stĭng, -tər-ĭ-stĭng, -tə-rĕs′tĭng)
adj.
Arousing little or no interest or curiosity; boring.

un·in′ter·est·ing·ly adv.

uninteresting

(ʌnˈɪntrɪstɪŋ; ʌnˈɪntərɪs-)
adj
not interesting; boring: lifeless and uninteresting.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uninteresting - arousing no interest or attention or curiosity or excitementuninteresting - arousing no interest or attention or curiosity or excitement; "a very uninteresting account of her trip"
unexciting - not exciting; "an unexciting novel"; "lived an unexciting life"
unexciting, unstimulating - not stimulating
interesting - arousing or holding the attention
2.uninteresting - characteristic or suggestive of an institution especially in being uniform or dull or unimaginativeuninteresting - characteristic or suggestive of an institution especially in being uniform or dull or unimaginative; "institutional food"
institutional - organized as or forming an institution; "institutional religion"

uninteresting

uninteresting

adjective
Arousing no interest or curiosity:
Translations

uninteresting

[ˈʌnˈɪntrɪstɪŋ] ADJ [person, book, film, speech] → poco interesante; [city, building] → sin interés

uninteresting

[ʌnˈɪntrəstɪŋ ʌnˈɪntrɪstɪŋ] adj [person, place, book] → inintéressant(e)

uninteresting

uninteresting

[ʌnˈɪntrɪstɪŋ] adj (person) → poco interessante; (book, offer) → privo/a d'interesse
References in classic literature ?
It was uninteresting sewing, but tonight no one grumbled.
The dinner was quiet and uninteresting, save for the cheerful efforts of Arobin to enliven things.
For how imperiously, how coolly, in disregard of all one's feeling, does the hard, cold, uninteresting course of daily realities move on
These are not unpleasant subjects; they are not uninteresting subjects; they are even exciting subjects-- until one of these massive scientists gets hold of them.
She speedily comprehended all his merits; the persuasion of his regard for Elinor perhaps assisted her penetration; but she really felt assured of his worth: and even that quietness of manner, which militated against all her established ideas of what a young man's address ought to be, was no longer uninteresting when she knew his heart to be warm and his temper affectionate.
My honest and neglected friend, Ingulphus, has furnished me with many a valuable hint; but the light afforded by the Monk of Croydon, and Geoffrey de Vinsauff, is dimmed by such a conglomeration of uninteresting and unintelligible matter, that we gladly fly for relief to the delightful pages of the gallant Froissart, although he flourished at a period so much more remote from the date of my history.
Good artists exist simply in what they make, and consequently are perfectly uninteresting in what they are.
The variety of more minute interests, which will necessarily fall under the superintendence of the local administrations, and which will form so many rivulets of influence, running through every part of the society, cannot be particularized, without involving a detail too tedious and uninteresting to compensate for the instruction it might afford.
If it was not uninteresting to any one to see what figure the seducer would cut that evening, it was all important for the chevalier and Madame Granson to know how Mademoiselle Cormon would take the news in her double capacity of marriageable woman and president of the Maternity Society.
His every movement is jealously watched by the police till he comes of age and presents himself for inspection; then he is either destroyed, if he is found to exceed the fixed margin of deviation, or else immured in a Government Office as a clerk of the seventh class; prevented from marriage; forced to drudge at an uninteresting occupation for a miserable stipend; obliged to live and board at the office, and to take even his vacation under close supervision; what wonder that human nature, even in the best and purest, is embittered and perverted by such surroundings
This, sir, is all I can tell you, and you see how uninteresting it is.
Poet as I am, I am intimate with Sarazin, who is devoted to the Prince de Conti, and with Monsieur de Bois-Robert, who, since the death of Cardinal Richelieu, is of all parties or any party; so that political discussions have not altogether been uninteresting to me.