uninflected


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(of the voice) not inflected

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not inflected

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expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection

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She complains about her fellow-critics, who "wrote about 'The Media' as though they were a monolithic, unchanging bastion of ruling class power with a unified, uninflected agenda of social control.
Invariably the number was uncadenced and uninflected, leaving the singers a thankless job of pattering out semi-inarticulate words in an imperfectly understood language.
These drawings were displayed alongside sculptures of expressionless white heads; a handout credited the eerie, uninflected graphics to "an indefinable group of technocrats"--who, to judge from their impersonal handiwork and its flattening of wildly differing aspects of human life (from explicit sex to television weather maps), appeared to have mastered a profound indifference to external reality.
Pic proceeds at a slow, uninflected rhythm that gives every ritual and interaction equal weight, while stubbornly withholding any information--i.
By far the worst movement was the scherzo, in which Abbado's beat was sodden and uninflected, and the attacks insufficiently marked.
The uninflected emptiness is surprising and a little unnerving, forcing an awkward disconnect between real and pictorial space.
In Hall's uninflected perf, this boyish Bertram is an arrogant jerk from beginning to end.
Watching her now express the same thoughts and recount the same stories--her face bearing the lineaments of aging and her voice uninflected but quietly firm--few could doubt her devotion to Balanchine or to his art.
At about 6 years of age children become, essentially, linguistic adulst, whether they're speaking a highly inflected language like Lithuanian or an uninflected one like Chinese.
They have the crisp, uninflected look of objects imaged on a scanner.
Eatough prefers an uninflected performance style, his actors using a dry, downbeat delivery despite the emotional turmoil that lies beneath the surface.
Although Boyer defends it against criticism of its uninflected style and deliberate lack of outrage, he does, in the end, point out that "its immediate effect seems curiously ephemeral and elusive," and that "indeed, for many, the very act of reading [it] seems to have provided release from stressful and complex emotions.
1992, a stenciled spray painting on paper in which the pale silhouettes of a number of pistols are gathered in a loose net, but the uninflected technique here renders the subject oddly innocuous.
And David Schwimmer's uninflected pelf in the tricky central role can't raise the tension level of a variably acted staging from David Grindley that may leave auds wondering, so what?
On this vast, uninflected expanse of blue, he hung a framed painting on paper, Untitled, Canal (Disconnect), 2007.