lacklustre


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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
Helen Dickinson, head of retail at professional services firm KPMG, said: "Sadly July was a lacklustre month and it's doubtful this trend will change as early expectations that the Olympics will raise retailers' fortunes look to be wide of the mark.
Helen Dickinson, head of retail at professional services firm KPMG, said: "Sadly, July was a lacklustre month and it's doubtful this trend will change as early expectations that the Olympics will raise retailers' fortunes look to be wide of the mark.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy's lacklustre popularity rating crept up four points to 35 percent in May, Reuters quoted a poll as showing on Tuesday.
Batting first after losing the toss, West Indies got off to a good start racing to 100 in 16.3 overs with both Smith and Gayle dominating the lacklustre attack.
"We were very poor, it was a lacklustre, underperforming display," said Hackett.
Summary: Algeria said on Monday it had improved the terms of its latest oil and gas licensing round after a previous round attracted lacklustre interest from foreign firms.
The Derby frontman's goal cancelled out a strike by Aberdeen defender Richie Byrne and was one of the few highlights of a lacklustre clash that had been billed as Scotland's first step on the road to the 2010 World Cup.
Admittedly the loss of the influential Ritchie Partridge and John Murphy through injury didn't help City's cause, but the fact that the team performed in such a lacklustre fashion causes concern.
The 15-minute TV clip showed a lacklustre, depressed priest talking to various people in bars and restaurants, celebrating the Eucharist privately in his apartment, administering Holy Oils to an HIV/AIDS patient, and giving his views on what he sees as his "apostolate." Did he think that 50 percent of Canadian priests could be "gay" (i.e., homosexually active)?
The use of louvres and screens disguises a structure that may otherwise reveal bulky, lacklustre shape and form.
The over-all impression of the report is that the current state of traditional ecumenism--the quest for closer relations among Canada's historic or "mainstream" churches--is rather lacklustre by comparison.
Frusciante's work with Red Hot Chili Peppers is sublime but as a songwriter he's woeful and this fourth solo set is a lacklustre exercise in search of direction.
Jensen also believes the lacklustre commercial activity is reflective of a trend toward home-based offices.
Consumer goods giant Unilever today delivered a 10pc hike in third quarter profits, despite lacklustre sales.