- a having little desire for success or achievement
- He sponsored 29 unambitious bills, almost none of which ever emerged from committee.
- The urgent need is "a drastic improvement of school programs that raises the lazy and unambitious to higher levels of accomplishment.
- It's game if unambitious, with plenty of misunderstandings and physical comedy that involve the violation of poultry.
News & Articles
- The Group of Eight (G8) Industrialized Nations
Trade liberalization, tax reform, and transparency in development are expected to dominate the agenda at the 2013 G8 summit. While some critics have called this agenda unambitious --previous summits have focused on eradicating poverty or resolving the financial crisis, for example--CFR's Stewart Patrick commends its "manageable" scope.
June 14, 2013 - Foreign Relations