unlively

unlively

(ʌnˈlaɪvlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
1. not lively; dull; dreary; inactive
2. archaic lifeless; inanimate; dead
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It also offers few surprises story-wise and many scenes in the first hour feel like fillers-including that unlively dance-off participated in by the less-than-cute critters.
To be attuned to each other is not only to share in moods (good or bad, lively or unlively) but also a certain rhythm.
For instance, ridiculous language, deceiving, pulling other people's legs and stealing; and at home neglection, strict rules to be followed and unlively atmosphere.
The sketches, done in soft pencil, were well-proportioned but unlively. They failed to replicate the beauty and vigor of their subject.