- a not easily excited
an unexcitable temperament
- Another unexcitable voice, from the laconic flatlands of North Dakota Senator Kent Conrad warned on March 10 that Obama's $3.
- The NBC evening duet by Chester Robert Huntley (New York) and David McClure Brinkley (Washington) presents the news with unusual (for TV) restraint: its stars are both unexcitable .
- Young race horses are gelded for being too excitable or too unexcitable: they won't train or they won't race.