un·​tal·​ent·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈta-lən-təd How to pronounce untalented (audio) \

Definition of untalented

: lacking a special aptitude or talent : not talented untalented but enthusiastic dancers

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Some critics went further to note the possibility of an Objectivist reading of Bird’s movie: Here was a story, after all, about literally superhuman individuals being sapped of their potential by the unremarkable, untalented masses. Justin Chang, latimes.com, "How the dazzling, overstuffed ‘Incredibles 2’ holds up a cracked mirror to present-day reality," 4 July 2018 The style mimics that of an enthusiastic but perhaps untalented eighth-grader who has decided to draw comic books in between perfecting his heavy-metal logo penmanship. John Defore, The Hollywood Reporter, "'Revengeance': Film Review," 16 Oct. 2017 After all, Jared Kushner is worth hundreds of millions of dollars despite being untalented at pretty much everything. Jack Moore, GQ, "Why Did Jared Kushner Register to Vote as a Woman?," 27 Sep. 2017 Broadway Danny Rose Woody Allen's 1984 comedy concerns an untalented talent agent (Allen) who winds up involved with a second-rate lounge singer and his mistress (Mia Farrow), who has ties to the mob. Esquire Editors, Esquire, "13 Great Thanksgiving Movies to Watch With Family This Holiday," 16 Aug. 2017

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1753, in the meaning defined above

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