unamused

unamused

(ˌʌnəˈmjuːzd)
adj
not entertained, diverted, or laughing: they looked on, unamused.
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unamused

adj laughgezwungen, unfroh; she was unamused (by this)sie fand es or das überhaupt nicht lustig
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Fanny looked on and listened, not unamused to observe the selfishness which, more or less disguised, seemed to govern them all, and wondering how it would end.
The Queen was said to be "very unamused" after a graffiti artist spray painted this gigantic monstrosity on a royal railway viaduct ruining a once iconic view of Windsor Castle.
Hot Sauce Reviews is unamused: '[It] is really beyond the edge in every conceivably terrible way.'
Salahposted a picture of himself celebrating with Fabinhoafter the midfielder's first goal for the club, but an apparently unamused Lovren was snapped in the background casting envious glances towards his embracing team-mates.
One of the pictures Chris took on the Toon was of a man dressed in a pink suit wearing a unicorn's mask while a pensioner wanders by completely unamused.
It was also very funny, as he had us in stitches with the acceptance speech, as an unamused Jackie Bird looked on.
Many House Democrats are unamused with this effort, wishing to present a unified front as they take control of the House and aim to counter much of President Donald Trump's agenda.
It all began when guests at JPNA2's premieres in Lahore and Karachi left theatres unamused by Khan's kohl-eyed rockstar with blonde locks, black nails, and a bad lisp.
But, with a peculiar yet humorous twist, the human subjects in the paintings are replaced by doll-like characters with blase, unamused faces.
According to (https://people.com/royals/savannah-phillips-covering-prince-george-mouth-gif/) People , Prince William saw Phillips and Prince George's antics, and he seemed unamused. But nobody took it personally.
Corbyn revealed he was unamused by the PM's suggestion at questions in the Commons on Wednesday that he was being patronising.
Mr Corbyn revealed he was unamused by the Prime Minister's suggestion during questions in the Commons on Wednesday that he was being patronising.