unenterprising

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adjective un·en·ter·pris·ing \ˌən-ˈen-tə(r)-ˌprī-ziŋ\

Definition of unenterprising

  1. :  not bold or venturesome :  not enterprising … thousands of respectable, neatly-dressed, mechanical, unenterprising young men … — P. G. Wodehouse

1777

First Known Use of unenterprising

1777


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