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Use "unenthusiastic" in a sentence
"Gergen said that HRC was "unenthusiastic" not on substance, but because she did not want the President to expend political capital on it, rather than on her healthcare program."
"They also make sure to remind everyone that he was in the Hitler Youth, albeit "unenthusiastic"."
"Mr Ramaphosa told a Press conference the IFP turn-out at the service to commemorate last year's March 28 killing of Zulu marchers was "unenthusiastic" and testimony to ordinary people's rejection of violence."