unenthused

adjective un·en·thused \ ˌən-in-ˈthüzd , -en- also -ˈthyü- \

Definition of unenthused

:feeling or showing a lack of enthusiasm :unenthusiastic
  • … over the course of several meetings, Daughtry comes off as coolly professional, but flat, muted, and unenthused.
  • —Michael Endelman
  • The first half of his term featured partisan governance, the second half bipartisan gridlock. The public rejected the former and is equally unenthused about the latter.
  • —Rich Lowry

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First Known Use of unenthused

1857


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