unentertained

unentertained

(ˌʌnɛntəˈteɪnd)
adj
not entertained or amused
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When the demand for a FIR against the health minister and his guards was left unentertained, the doctors of K-P closed down outpatient departments (OPDs) across the province.
"However, we feel that this particular market is huge and unentertained. If today I look for a three-bedroom unit, most of the choices are town houses, and not everyone prefers to live in a town house."
Notions of temporary uncertainty with a promise for future prosperity are left ignored, unentertained. We would much rather flaunt a 30 billion Rupee Metro Transit System, as opposed to investing a fraction of that amount into women's education.
In a debriefing after the workshop, we noted the vast array of topics that were left hanging, unresolved, and even unentertained. We thought harder on what it really meant to think about sexual diversity and to encounter it as benign, which in turn led us to attend to some of the omissions and silences that marked our short workshop.
The travelling 1,431 Birmingham supporters, who were so unentertained from what was unfolding in front of their eyes that they chose to form a conga, let their frustrations be known at the final whistle.
This "Great Unendowed, Unfurnished, Unentertained and Unentertaining Continent"
No one went away from Pairc Tailteann however feeling unentertained and Dunshaughlin's three goals were worth the admission fee alone.