Meaning of unimaginativeness in English:

unimaginativeness

Pronunciation /ˌʌnɪˈmadʒɪnətɪvnəs/

noun

See unimaginative

‘In fact, the whole album smacks of unimaginativeness.’
  • ‘Adulthood is being equated with unimaginativeness, as if childhood is the only realm of the imagination.’
  • ‘The second fault I want to plead guilty to is carelessness in my statement of your view, and unimaginativeness in applying it.’
  • ‘Despite frequent disappointments, largely due to the indifference or unimaginativeness of others, he carried many amazing things through to completion.’
  • ‘The wishful-thinking of movie script-writers when it comes to technology can be sharply contrasted with their complete unimaginativeness when designing alien life.’