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Definition of "uncreative" []

  • Lacking imagination (adjective)
  • Not creative, nor inventive. (adjective)

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Use "uncreative" in a sentence
  • "Much more, and certainly not the short-term uncreative thinking Taxpayers are being presented with."
  • "You might also give a thought to the forthcoming anthology Against Expression Craig Dworkin and Kenneth Goldsmith, eds. that will feature a historical range of so-called "uncreative" writings, or look at some of the transdisciplinary writings published in the Western Front's FRONT magazine, and in the better indie zines and micro-magazines."
  • "But they have about them an aura of unreality that leads one to ask, with added urgency in today's global climate of financial and political insecurity: Will the children in their charge, formed as they are by directing their own learning, be able to attend to anything that is "uncreative" and"