- lacklustre (UK & Commonwealth)
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- Lacking brilliance or intelligence.
- Having no shine or lustre; dull.
- Not exceptional; not worthy of special merit, attention, or interest; having no vitality.
- The actor gave a lackluster performance in his latest film.
- 2019 May 19, Alex McLevy, “The final Game Of Thrones brings a pensive but simple meditation about stories (newbies)”, in The A.V. Club:
- It’s fascinating to see a show wrap up in a manner wherein many of the flaws so clearly occur offscreen rather than on; the plague of season eight hasn’t been lackluster episodes, for the most part (though “The Last Of The Starks” was a definite low point).
- See also Thesaurus:bore
Having no shine or lustre; dull
Not exceptional; not worthy of special merit, attention, or interest
Having no vitality
- (uncountable) Lack of brightness or points of interest.
- (countable) A person or thing of no particular brilliance or intelligence.