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Feeling no admiration, interest, or respect:‘he was unimpressed with the news’‘consumers are largely unimpressed by the products’‘an unimpressed observer’
unaffected, untouched, unstirred, unimpressed, unperturbed, unruffled, untroubled, undismayed, unworriedView synonyms
- ‘I'm sure Marie-Claire won't mind me admitting that I was a little unimpressed by the first class or two.’
- ‘However, industry observers were unimpressed, and it has failed to lift the share price.’
- ‘Of course, as he tells his story, what emerges is his fundamental decency, and Old Nick remains unimpressed.’
- ‘Lyon was unimpressed by the results of that project because its beautiful maps had no apparent utility.’
- ‘It was once regarded with suspicion by employers, who were unimpressed by the notion of students lazing around for months.’
- ‘Fortunately, he says, they were unimpressed by his superstar status.’
- ‘He has a detailed discussion of the provisions of several laws and is unimpressed.’
- ‘When they awoke their stinking hangovers were not helped by being hauled up in front of a distinctly unimpressed female judge.’
- ‘She looked decidedly unimpressed with the boys' antics, or her hiccups, or something.’
- ‘Hong Kong's recycling industry is unimpressed with the pilot schemes so far.’
- ‘As a veteran sari-wearer, she has seen most styles and patterns and is unimpressed with the show.’
- ‘One woman with fiery red hair and seemingly a temper to match seemed unimpressed with Sparrow's act.’
- ‘Many remain unimpressed, still waiting for a new top-down ideology to chart the course.’
- ‘The people in the country are generally unimpressed by the arguments for war and as unimpressed with the arguments for peace.’
- ‘After all, the last time our Richard tried for the franchise, the powers-that-be were unimpressed.’
- ‘Like so many people we believed the spiel about Hardy's Bay and were really unimpressed when we arrived!’
- ‘I had a sausage roll for breakfast, and was severely unimpressed with myself.’
- ‘The horse Winston was singularly unimpressed by any of these aspects; in fact, he looked extremely sulky.’
- ‘You are also unconventional, irreverent, and unimpressed by authority and rules.’
- ‘I rewound a film that had been in my camera since last year and took it to be developed and was singularly unimpressed with the results.’
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