unanimated


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unanimated

(ʌnˈænɪˌmeɪtɪd)
adj
1. not animated or lively; dull
2. having no animation or life
3. not animated by something; not inspired to act
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unanimated - not animated or enlivenedunanimated - not animated or enlivened; dull  
animated, alive - having life or vigor or spirit; "an animated and expressive face"; "animated conversation"; "became very animated when he heard the good news"
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The previously unanimated corporate fans in City's Tunnel Club - where fans pay [pounds sterling]300 per game for the right to take pictures on their phone of players walking past them through a glass partition - seemed to come alive as Newcastle showed the audacity to look to snatch a draw out of the game.
The previously unanimated corporate fans in City's Tunnel Club - where fans pay PS300 per game for the right to take pictures on their phone of players walking past them through a glass partition - seemed to come alive as Newcastle showed the audacity to look to snatch a draw out of the game.
It expresses itself in all the basic forces of nature (such as gravitation, electricity, etc), in the unanimated objects and in all the living beings, including humans.
Punchinello, "had the peculiar lifelessness of unanimated cloth,
In other words, the human shield defends a vulnerable body (an animated combatant), an object (an unanimated weapon or military structure), or an area (in some cases a civilian area) that has become part of the military hostilities, but it does so through its own vulnerability.
The pretense that it's no bother allows me to be "me" in personality even though I know how "freaky" it looks to be unanimated. One neurologist suggested I have him inject Botox into my so-called good side so the face would appear more symmetrical.
Facial recognition systems focus on the unanimated image of a human's face.
deconstructs notions of the city as a unified and living "rationality," objectifying human and unanimated subjects as stimuli to critical reflection rather than distraction (Lefebvre 12).
unmoved, boring, unanimated, robotic and phlegmatic, displaying deficits in activation, motoric expressiveness, and spontaneity" (Millon 2007: 56); there is also a lack of coordination of emotions and facial expressions (Millon 2004: 388).
Fetishization is a human process that transforms an unanimated being into an animated one that is attributed with power over others in a larger cultural system of perceptions, beliefs, and practices; on the other hand, classical faith in the Holy Spirit is not situated in a man-made environment but in a world characterized by divine gifts and God-givenness.