For years, young voters in America have been unenthusiastic about, if not outright hostile toward, the GOP.
The Israeli official response to Barak's trial balloon was unenthusiastic.
Behind the scenes, Schwarzenegger was an unenthusiastic endorser of Bush in 2004.
The unenthusiastic references to it in ancient literature are, after all, truthful.
The performance was in every sense unexciting; the audience meagre and unenthusiastic.
His manner of speech was always deliberate and unenthusiastic, but he made it a trifle more so than usual.
And then he stopped, having caught Val's unenthusiastic glance.
Holmes was fired with eagerness when in his unenthusiastic way the other began to tell of such successes as he had already scored.
It is cold and unenthusiastic; it cannot propagate itself; it cannot set fire to anything and spread.
In order to deserve that title he must be timid and unenthusiastic.
c.1600, "pertaining to possession by a deity," from Greek enthousiastikos "inspired," from enthousiazein (see enthusiasm). Meaning "pertaining to irrational delusion in religion" is from 1690s. The main modern sense, in reference to feelings or persons, "intensely eager, rapturous," is from late 18c. Related: Enthusiastically.