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Synonyms for lacklustre

Synonyms for lacklustre

lacking brilliance or vitality

lacking luster or shine

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Market watch: Stocks manage to rise in lacklustre trading
The beleaguered manufacturing sector showed a lacklustre performance, still lagging behind its level at the start of the 2008 recession
Sunderland's dismal Barclays Premier League run now stands at one win in 14 after they were held to a lacklustre stalemate by visiting Stoke.
It just seemed to be a very lacklustre performance for him and I'm sure he will come good again.
Lacklustre drama, starring Meredith Baxter, Victor Garber, Sophie Lang, Tony Lo Bianco, Colin Fox, Joe Lisi, Elizabeth Shepherd and Claire Cellucci.
Thankfully, the solid performance of the Company's real estate sector made up for the lacklustre attendance figures.
Summary: Pretoria, June 29, 2010, SPA -- Paraguay reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the first time in history with a lacklustre 0-0 (5-3) victory over Japan in penalties at Loftus Verfeld Stadium today, according to dpa.
THE ANTICS of the England footballers' wives and girl friends could have accounted for the players' lacklustre performance in the World Cup, according to actress Joan Collins (right).
Celtic's blushes though were saved by an offside flag - to the disgust of the fans who felt their side deserved to be punished for their lacklustre display.
However, the important North American market also showed a positive increase in value growth after a lacklustre performance in 2001 and 2002.
A senior insider said: "Spelman and Villiers are in the firing line for their lacklustre performances.
The fund was sold because of the appearance on the market of a large number of funds managed and distributed by banks, which made distributions of the fund to new investors difficult, and by the lacklustre Chilean stock market in comparison to the early days of the fund.