unstimulating


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  • adj

Synonyms for unstimulating

not stimulating

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It said the definition as "an unstimulating low-paid job with few prospects" was insulting and out of date.
He was invited to become a crew member at the restaurant in Cardiff Road, Barry, as part of the company's campaign to change the public's perception and the dictionary definition of 'McJob' as an unstimulating and low-paid job.
This is not unstimulating work because every day is different.
The company officially launched a public petition on behalf of its 67,000 employees and their colleagues in the service sector, calling for the UK's dictionary houses to reconsider the existing 'McJob' definition - "an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects, esp.
At present it reads: "An unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects.
He says he supports a campaign being waged by the UK arm of the global fast food chain to get dictionary publishers to revise their definition of the word "Mcjob", listed as "an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects".
The word - defined in the book as "an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects, esp.
Mr Redmond added: "Many circus animals display signs of stereotypical behaviour - this is a mindless, repetitive behaviour thought to be caused by stress and suffering, in an unnatural and unstimulating environment.
tasks, especially in an unstimulating environment or in an unmotivated individual' (1) and music of any type has not been shown to affect anaesthetist's psychomotor performance in a simulated environment (2).
We should wonder whether someone is depressed because of an unstimulating environment, a lack of satisfying relationships, boring routines, or insufficient physical exercise.
Spoonfeeding acted as an inhibiting dimension for student participation by providing students with unstimulating, repetitive low-level work which deprived students of the opportunity to engage in critical and creative thought, discussion and expression.
I've always said women who find homemaking boring, unstimulating and lacking in challenge and creative outlet aren't doing it right.
Austen, who finds university life profoundly unstimulating and dislikes their cheerless rented house, has a brief affair while awaiting Julien's return.
Why do things have to look so unstimulating these days?
For most physicians, the idea of doing nothing but one procedure all day, every day, is repugnant and intellectually unstimulating.