Tepid



adjective
1.
moderately warm; lukewarm:
tepid water.
2.
characterized by a lack of force or enthusiasm:
tepid prose; the critics’ tepid reception for the new play.
adjective
1.
slightly warm; lukewarm
2.
relatively unenthusiastic or apathetic: the play had a tepid reception

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