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His players certainly produced a lacklustre display. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And it was no more than they deserved for a worryingly lacklustre display. The Sun (2014)His performances have been lacklustre and lacked bite. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He has come under fire for a series of lacklustre displays since his return from injury last month. The Sun (2008)In a fairly lacklustre campaign all round, it is tempting to look beyond the main parties. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He has fought a lacklustre campaign for the most powerful job in British local government. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Despite a lacklustre campaign, he deserves the chance to show what he can do. The Sun (2010)The citing capped a miserable day for England after a lacklustre display in the tour opener. The Sun (2010)But despite her lacklustre performance in the jungle, after seeing these smouldering pics any guy would become her fan again. The Sun (2013)It was a fitting finale to a lacklustre World Cup campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Just examine this limp, lethargic, lacklustre display. The Sun (2011)The biggest concern for South Africa is the lacklustre performance of their feared pace attack. Times, Sunday Times (2012)McDonald's image' are the underlying problems of its lacklustre performance. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Despite criticisms of a lacklustre campaign by most of the leaders, 46 per cent say they have found the campaign interesting. The Sun (2015)It has no scent, and goes on with a rather lacklustre sensation, but it does appear to have a definite improving effect. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His short game, normally so reliable, deserted him somewhat and his general play was of the lacklustre variety rather than anything else. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The great success of the first Tutankhamun exhibition resided in the sheer beauty and splendour of its contents, which triumphed over rather lacklustre presentation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The 36-year-old may well end up not being in charge for that game, given the lacklustre performance served up by his players as they were humbled. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: lacklustre ADJECTIVE
If you describe something or someone as lacklustre, you mean that they are not exciting or energetic.
He has already been blamed for his party's lacklustre performance during the election campaign.
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