- a (of the voice) not inflected
monotonic uninflected speech
- a not inflected
`boy' and `swim' are uninflected English words
- a expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection
- He just wants to tell the story, in uninflected, police-procedural fashion; the movie is like a flatfoot following a suspicious trail with no special intuition but an admirable .
- Out went the uninflected blah blah; in rushed the dewy-eyed rah rah.
- A distressing, uninflected righteousness has defined this Administration from the start, and it hasn't been limited to the President.
- Naomi Wolf in Patriot Post
Or when Al Gore's fashion consultant Naomi Wolf described the foreign-policy analysis of Jeane Kirkpatrick as being "uninflected by the experiences of the female body"?
- Chuck Logan in Minneapolis Star Tribune
Essentially, I did the research and set up the machinery for the story,Logan said. "I wrote what I call uninflected narrative so that John could take it and put it in his own voice."