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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.

uninterestingly

(ʌnˈɪntrɪstɪŋlɪ; ʌnˈɪntərɛstɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a way that is not interesting
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Adv.1.uninterestingly - in an uninteresting manneruninterestingly - in an uninteresting manner    
interestingly - in an interesting manner; "when he ceases to be just interestingly neurotic and...gets locked up"- Time
References in classic literature ?
He had been in such a state of shyness and nervousness that Marilla had given him up in despair, but Anne took him in hand so successfully that he now sat at the table in his best clothes and white collar and talked to the minister not uninterestingly.
But he doesn't always know his A material from his B, or doesn't care; his jokes can be uninterestingly glib with tiny, bloodless pricks that are less about challenging the audience than about obscuring the material's cliches and overriding theatricality.
The plot is uninterestingly linear, leaving the reader to hope for a grand finale that unfortunately does not happen.
Uninterestingly, they turned out to be a couple of gents, South African though they were .
This is uninterestingly true of law that is not even purported to be the interpretation of a legal text, like traditional common law.
In society, at--say--a party, you're bound to the constrictions of commonplace understanding, whereby if you're not earning a living, you're either not living or else living too idly, passively, uninterestingly, privately.