The biggest word in the word cloud, and most popular comment judging Obama's debate performance, is "lackluster."
The field was lackluster and riven by scandal (hello, Carlos Danger).
I had never seen a country take a lackluster showing at a Winter Olympics so dramatically.
Despite our lackluster showing at El Cid, rumors of record deals were already looming.
Many jazz fans were puzzled by this finding, which seems incompatible with the lackluster sales figures in the genre.
But she said it from her bed, her eyes fixed in a 155 lackluster stare on the little oval gleam of the miniature.
They looked at us from their doors with lackluster eyes and apparent indifference.
As it is, we bats a lackluster eye, an' wonders in a feeble way what's done corr'gated Enright's brow.
Her son regarded her with lackluster eyes when she returned.
And yet, as Max looked at her—at this helpless, infirm old creature with the palsied hands and the lackluster eyes—he shivered.