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un- +‎ exciting


unexciting (comparative more unexciting, superlative most unexciting)

  1. Not exciting
    • 1964 April, “Letters: London stations—a consumers' guide”, in Modern Railways, page 274:
      Plain and unexciting, perhaps, but they are solid, well cooked, appetising and filling, and moreover cheap.
    • 1992 April 5, "The Full House", Jeeves and Wooster, Series 3, Episode 2:
      B. Wooster: Of all the places on this great planet of ours, West Neck, Long Island, has chosen to be the most unexciting. The last time anything remotely interesting happened here was in 1842, when a tree fell over. They still talk about it in the village.