unexcitable


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not easily excited

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We were handicapped by the electrophysiological studies being non-contributory as the peripheral nerves were unexcitable, both patients having fulminant GBS.
Don's neighbour, wannabe Sherlock Holmes and family man Winston (Jeffrey Wright), persuades the unexcitable Don to embark on a road trip, visiting four former lovers to establish if they're the mystery writer and mother.
Whereas his subject was reckless and often excessive, Knox, as if by way of compensation, is cautious, unexcitable, and, in his few forays into emotional terrain, perfunctory and shallow.
Not so long ago, according to Jeremy Paxman, the English were "polite, unexcitable, reserved, and had hot water bottles instead of a sex life.
The era of the diplomatic and unexcitable Shearer has been shoved aside for a much more passionate leadership.
The Rover workers are unexcitable Brummies and yesterday they were exchanging the odd pithy joke or ribald comment with their friends but they are not going to be carried away by four hours of high emotion.
It's easy to mistake his laid-back, unexcitable demeanor for laziness.
The Queen displays every quality of the perfect computer leader - she spends nothing, is unadventurous, unenterprising, unexcitable, deliberately slow-moving and, best of all, tight-fisted," they conclude.
In a seminar setting, Wells comes off as a precise, cool, unexcitable scientist, right down to his wire-framed glasses and impeccably parted hair.
Unflappable rather than unexcitable, everything happens at a sensible pace - including his heart beat, but if there's one horse that could take Elliott out of that zone, it will be Jessies Dream.