- a devoid of talent; not gifted
- The father was an alcoholic, ill-tempered, untalented painter named Boissy.
- Though historically Hong Kong did not discriminate against the untalented expat, new visa rules for Brits and the increasing skill of the homegrown work force have turned the tables.
- He denounced Erich Kleiber and Eugene Ormandy for sloppy guest -conducting, upbraided Chilean tenors and Uruguayan baritones for untalented concertizing.
- Sergei Kovalyov in guardian.co.uk
The honourable human rights campaigner Sergei Kovalev said in an open letter to Mr Putin this week that the elections were nothing more than "a tasteless farce being played out by untalented directors on the entire boundless Russian stage".
- Pieter-Dirk Uys in Independent Online
We must celebrate the SABC. Not only are they bankrupt, inefficient, incompetent, untalented, careless, greedy, corrupt, stupid and predictable - they are also a national treasure,Uys said.
- Robert Flynn in Blabbermouth.net
It basically said that Dime was untalented and that he reaped what he sowed,Flynn told MTV.com about the article.