200 BM Daily Vocabulary #133 | lacklustre

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Today’s word is: lacklustre. Do you know what it means? It means: dull, boring, not exciting, without energy, lacking conviction or uninspiring


In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word lacklustre. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.


The word lacklustre means something which is not exciting or without energy.
For example, the business leader gave such lacklustre speech that the audience was disappointed.


Listen carefully how we can use the word lacklustre in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.


Example number 1 of 8: The IT industry needed a large number of software programmers.
But, a severe shortage of skilled manpower resulted in lacklustre growth in business for the industry for sometime.


Example number 2 of 8: The rising prices of fuel resulted in lacklustre sales of vehicles. This prompted the car and bike dealers to announce innovative discount schemes to attract the customers.


Example number 3 of 8: The corporator visited his village since the elections were approaching. He was surrounded by the locals and criticised for the lacklustre performance during his previous tenure.


Example number 4 of 8: The newly launched amusement park advertised heavily in print and digital media. But the location of the park was not easily accessible (means difficult to reach) and therefore the response to the same was lacklustre.


Example number 5 of 8: The town frequented by tourists faced an outbreak of a virus and several citizens took ill. This affected the flow of incoming tourists and it resulted in lacklustre profits for the local hotels.


Example number 6 of 8: Vivian could not score many runs in last three matches. As a result of his lacklustre batting, he was dropped from the team by the selection committee.


Example number 7 of 8: There were reports that the battery of a cellphone caught fire. This acted as a negative publicity for the company and demand for its products in the last quarter has been lacklustre.


Example number 8 of 8: The directors were concerned about the lacklustre financial performance of their company. They decided to appoint a consultant who will prepare a strategy to stimulate the growth of the business.


Today we learnt the word lacklustre which means dull, boring, not exciting, without energy, lacking conviction or uninspiring.


Can you frame 3 sentences with lacklustre and type in the comments box? We are waiting.


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