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un·mo·ti·vat·ed

 (ŭn-mō′tə-vā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having no incentive or interest: unmotivated students.
2. Having no clear motive or reason: an unmotivated plot twist.
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unmotivated

(ʌnˈməʊtɪveɪtɪd)
adj
1. lacking motivation
2. without provocation
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmotivated - without motivationunmotivated - without motivation      
unintended - not deliberate
motivated - provided with a motive or given incentive for action; "a highly motivated child can learn almost anything"; "a group of politically motivated men"
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Translations

unmotivated

[ˈʌnˈməʊtɪveɪtɪd] ADJsin motivo, inmotivado
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unmotivated

adjunmotiviert; attack alsogrundlos
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unmotivated

[ʌnˈməʊtɪˌveɪtɪd] adjimmotivato/a
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When she was left to encounter him in the lobby his "Nymph, in thy orisons ..." was unmotivatedly nasty and sneering.
Those small points aside, we can accept Wright's list of conditions to be included in C: that x possess the relevant concepts; that he be sufficiently reflective, or, in Wright's word, "attentive"; and that he not be "materially self-deceived, or unmotivatedly similarly afflicted" (1989c, p.