Meaning of unanimated in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈanɪmeɪtɪd/


  • 1Lacking excitement or vitality; dull.

    ‘his unanimated rhetorical style’
    • ‘he was very dry and unanimated’
    • ‘Glasgow could never be accused of being unanimated.’
    • ‘Anglican sermons were often unanimated moral discourses.’
    • ‘The total absence of cattle from the fields, gives a dull and unanimated air to a French landscape.’
    • ‘Her voice was unanimated and toneless.’
    • ‘A very unanimated worker stands at the cash register smoking a cigarette.’
    uninteresting, dull, boring, tedious, monotonous, dry, drab, dreary, wearisome
  • 2(of an image) not moving; still.

    ‘the backgrounds are simple, unanimated, and monochrome’
    • ‘The creators pulled the plug on the show during production, resulting in an episode made up of full color unanimated stills.’
    • ‘He added that the film was destined to become an unanimated classic, high praise which visibly humbled the director.’
    • ‘It was my first unanimated movie, and all the way home my parents laughed at what I must have been thinking.’
    • ‘Without the programmer, a video game would simply be a collection of unanimated characters and backgrounds, a script, and a few tracks of music.’
    • ‘I'm not a fan of unanimated scenes as it makes the game seem half completed.’