Meaning of uninterestingly in English:

uninterestingly

Pronunciation /ʌnˈɪnt(ə)rɪstɪŋli/

adverb

See uninteresting

‘I'm particularly uninterestingly unbiased, except I associate science a bit more with women than men - think that's just because I get annoyed with most people seeing it the other way round.’
  • ‘The site for the campus was rather uninterestingly flat, but the huge piles of earth created from the excavations for the buildings were used to create grassy mounds which have proved to be an interesting landscaping feature.’
  • ‘The cold side salad of artichokes and grilled peppers is uninterestingly dressed with a sweet sauce, and the texture of the mashed potatoes is strange - slightly watery and lumpy.’
  • ‘They lived in the same square, but moved in different circles, and - uninterestingly - they don't know each other particularly well.’
  • ‘Maybe it was intended that would set a mood or something, but the sitar is played just as uninterestingly as anything else on the album, so who cares anyway?’