unexcited

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Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ excited

Adjective[edit]

unexcited (comparative more unexcited, superlative most unexcited)

  1. Not feeling excitement or keen interest; placid; bored.
    Having seen the film twice before, I felt distinctly unexcited at the prospect of a third viewing.
  2. Not in a state of excitation.
    • 1759, Literary Memoirs of Germany and the North
      From some excited bodies there proceeds for a certain distance to others unexcited, a light, which is reflected from the latter to the former, and in the reflexion snaps; and which upon touching the skin of a man or beast is felt with a smarting: This snapping light is call'd the electrical Sparks.

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