lackluster

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From lack + luster

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lackluster (comparative more lackluster, superlative most lackluster)

  1. Lacking brilliance or intelligence
  2. Having no shine or lustre; dull
  3. Not exceptional; not worthy of special merit, attention, or interest; having no vitality
    The actor gave a lackluster performance in his latest film.

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