unspontaneous

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ spontaneous

AdjectiveEdit

unspontaneous ‎(comparative more unspontaneous, superlative most unspontaneous)

  1. Not spontaneous; halting or rehearsed
    • 1988 November 11, Lawrence Bommer, “Labor Relations”[1], Chicago Reader:
      Like Pullman's tomb, Beckett's dialogue is encased in its own concrete, in a stilted, unspontaneous delivery.
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