lackluster : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s lacking brilliance or vitality
a dull lackluster life
- s lacking luster or shine
staring with lackluster eyes
- Despite its lackluster performance, Cuil (which means wisdom or knowledge in Gaelic) got so many visitors on Monday, that its servers crashed around 3 p.
- The combination of extravagant spending and lackluster fund raising has left the operation in a dire situation.
- Chertoff spoke before a Senate hearing this week, facing his critics and explaining his agency's lackluster performance during Hurricane Katrina.
- Lou Piniella in Forbes
When you don't score runs and you leave a lot of people on, it looks lackluster but it wasn't,Piniella said. "These guys gave effort."
- Ricky Rudd in USA Today
If he goes to lackluster performances and there's nothing there, the name will only carry you so far,Rudd said. "His name will open the doors and I think he'll be OK, but he's not going to be any different than any other team in this...