uninteresting

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un- +‎ interesting

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uninteresting (comparative more uninteresting, superlative most uninteresting)

  1. Arousing little or no interest; boring or uneventful.
    • 1939 November, R. S. Tayler, “A Railway Journey”, in Railway Magazine, page 336:
      To many, a railway ticket is but an uninteresting bit of pasteboard, which must be purchased before a journey is undertaken, and once obtained, may be stowed away in a convenient pocket and forgotten, until a watchful railway official requests its production.

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