Definition of 'unexcited'
Example sentences containing 'unexcited'
MOONDROP TO MURDER
An English officer came on to the stage and made a brief announcement in an unexcited and rather high-pitched voice.DISPLACED PERSON
It was a very quiet, unexcited scene, like you get some time after a traffic accident and the buzz has died away.WHISTLER IN THE DARK
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Definition of unexcited from the Collins English Dictionary
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