Definitions and Examples of unmotivated, indifferent, lazy
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Lacking the desire or enthusiasm to do something.
He was unmotivated to study for the exam because he didn't see the point in it.
Having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned.
She was indifferent to the outcome of the game because she wasn't a fan of either team.
Unwilling to work or use energy; inactive.
He was too lazy to clean his room, so it was always a mess.
Key Differences: unmotivated vs indifferent vs lazy
- 1Unmotivated describes a lack of desire or enthusiasm to do something.
- 2Indifferent describes a lack of interest or concern about something.
- 3Lazy describes a lack of willingness to work or use energy.
Effective Usage of unmotivated, indifferent, lazy
- 1Motivation: Use driven to describe someone who is highly motivated and determined.
- 2Criticism: Use unmotivated, indifferent, or lazy to criticize someone who lacks motivation or effort.
- 3Encouragement: Use driven as a positive reinforcement to encourage someone to keep working hard.
The antonyms of driven describe a lack of motivation or drive. Unmotivated describes a lack of desire or enthusiasm, indifferent describes a lack of interest or concern, and lazy describes a lack of willingness to work. Use these words to motivate, criticize, or encourage someone.