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Synonyms for unambitious

having little desire for success or achievement

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That they were actually chanting his name during the painfully unambitious display against City shows just how much credit he has in the supporters' bank.
Ms Williams added: "The existing target is pathetically unambitious, and as of January there will be no target at all.
This unambitious strategy stands in contrast to Labour's plan to upgrade and expand the rail network across the country" - Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald on Government plans to reopen some lines closed by Dr Beeching in the 1960s.
Rashford's stunning 67th-minute free-kick saw off an unambitious Celta Vigo side in Spain and put United two matches from Champions League qualification.
Beaton's series featuring Sergeant Hamish Macbeth, a sharp-as-a- tack yet utterly unambitious Scottish policeman.
Just because the educationalists are unsure how to deal with unambitious pupils is no excuse to lump all pupils together, thereby depriving the children of greater ability of the prospect of a better education.
A fine 88th-minute finish from Eder was enough to secure victory in an otherwise uninspiring game that leaves Sweden on the brink of elimination - although unambitious performances from either side did little to deserve more than the goalless draw that almost unfolded.
A fine 88th-minute finish from Eder following a long throw from teammate Giorgio Chiellini was enough to secure victory in an otherwise uninspiring game that leaves Sweden on the brink of elimination - although unambitious performances from either side did little to deserve more than the goalless draw that almost unfolded.
this is an unambitious film whose natural home in on DVD.
The Tory Government in Westminster is seemingly not interested in what happens to the Welsh economy while in Cardiff Bay an unambitious Labour administration has failed miserably to turn around our economy.
A middle-of-the-middle-of-the-road, comfortable, midtable, finish sounds like a fairly unambitious target.
The degree of forensic detail to be found in his exhibition at the New Art Gallery, for being inward-and unambitious Walsall, recalls the faintly sinister work of the 1930s organisation Mass Observation, with its obsessive interest in working-class tastes in leisure and home decor.
But will her unambitious students follow her lead and tread the path less taken?
SHAUN OF THE DEAD 9pm, ITV2 An unambitious 29-year-old man trapped in the job from hell and recently dumped decides to get his life back on track.
Anita Smisek's publishing house is an example of patient and, in the best sense of the word, unambitious work directed to the musical communities beyond the specific universe of high-profile professionals.