unwitty

unwitty

(ʌnˈwɪtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
not clever and amusing
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But it's part of the performances of power that sycophantic subordinates who want to ingratiate themselves with people in power have to learn to laugh at their bosses' jokes, even if the jokes are flat, unwitty, inappropriate, and humourless.
NNA - Beseeching Saudi Arabia to reconsider its aid halt to the Lebanese military and the police, Telecommunications' minister Boutros Harb, has criticized Gibran Bassil's unwitty undermining of Lebanese-Arab relations today.
Stafford: 'Others again, by an unwitty application, make non-Sense; and infuse loathing into the nice stomach of the Reader.
"Are you the Scousers who ordered the taxi?," he said with both of us expecting some sort of unwitty remark about lucky Liverpool.
The film is an unwitty, unwitting passport through comic portals into a fascinatingly puerile world of violence and anger.
The joke is a secret handshake, #23 in your comedy himnals, and the film is an unwitty, unwitting passport through comic portals into a puerile world.