unmemorably


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unmemorably

(ʌnˈmɛmərəblɪ)
adv
in a way that is not memorable
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Adv.1.unmemorably - in an unmemorable manner
memorably, unforgettably - in a memorable manner; "Horowitz could play Chopin memorably"
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They're played, pretty unmemorably, by Kellan Lutz, Glen Powell, boxing champion Victor Ortiz and, in the token-female role, mixed martial artist Ronda Rousey--all of whom face the unenviable task of establishing a secondary rooting interest in a movie where even the leads have trouble holding attention.
Juan de Banos, cronista general for Carlos II and Felipe IV before him, wrote prolifically and mostly unmemorably about royal genealogy, the wisdom of Seneca, and church history, as he watched the Habsburg dynasty crumble.
The result, however, is a series of stories that intersect rather unmemorably.