unexcited

adjective
un·ex·cit·ed | \ˌən-ik-ˈsī-təd \

Definition of unexcited 

: not excited: such as

a : marked by a lack of excitement : calm an unexcited response an unexcited voice/manner The point is to remain unexcited, to run at a steady pace.— Anthony Giardina

b : not affected by outward stimuli unexcited atoms

Other Words from unexcited

unexcitedly adverb

First Known Use of unexcited

1735, in the meaning defined above

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