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unimaginative    : [ənɪm'ædʒ,ɪnətɪv]
Unimaginative \Unimaginative\
See {imaginative}.

adj 1: deficient in originality or creativity; lacking powers of
invention; "a sterile ideology lacking in originality";
"unimaginative development of a musical theme";
"uninspired writing" [synonym: {sterile}, {unimaginative},
{uninspired}, {uninventive}]
2: dealing only with concrete facts
3: lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality;
"stereotyped phrases of condolence"; "even his profanity was
unimaginative" [synonym: {stereotyped}, {stereotypic},
{stereotypical}, {unimaginative}]

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