unimpressed

All Adjective Verb
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  • Each woman has a light which she can turn off if she is unimpressed by the single man.
  • Stephen was unimpressed by the fact he takes on so many legal cases.
  • Only the man in evening dress made a show of remaining unimpressed. Cited from Red Masquerade, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • Unimpressed, they released him before the start of the regular season.
  • The Army was unimpressed by the performance and did not order any for production.
  • The original version, which was silver writing on a green background left the unit unimpressed.
  • His date is rather unimpressed, saying she thinks something dark is going on and he needs help.
  • She always gave the impression of being unimpressed and not really interested in becoming a model.
  • He is the only member of the audience who seems unimpressed.
  • This led to the band being unimpressed with the final product.
  • She looked at him with that same smile, still unimpressed. Cited from In Old Kentucky, by Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey
  • Many are still unimpressed by Lee's style of Go, as it seems too simple.
  • This meeting with him did not leave me unimpressed. Cited from My Life, Volume I, by Richard Wagner
  • Many letter writers to the press were also unimpressed at the prospect of having a woman in parliament.
  • Arthur is unimpressed, and would rather be off fighting wars than taking care of peasants.
  • However, Block's father remained unimpressed by his son's success.
  • Fans were put off by the lack of songs, and critics were generally unimpressed with the film as a whole.
  • And he made no excuses, and seemed quite unimpressed by her mood one way or another. Cited from Halcyone, by Elinor Glyn
  • The young people, in particular, were likely to seem unimpressed.
  • Counsel's attempt to apply this analysis to the present case left us cold and unimpressed.
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