Verb. To Whelm. When someone or something is distinctly average and you are not moved by him/it at all.
You need to do more than just whelm them in your interview. You need to be unforgettable.
"How was that job candidate?"
"He was okay. I was whelmed."
1. To be swept beneath by a wave.
2. (To be) the effect of experiencing something of mediocre quality ; -ing; -ed
3. Neither good nor bad, simply existing
The movie last night was completely whelming.
I thought I would be excited by the fair, but I was whelmed at best.
To be in a state of inflicted normality. See also OVER and UNDER whelm.
Not technically a word, but by all logic, it should be.
As referenced in "Clueless": You can be overwhelmed, and you can be underwhelmed, but can you just be whelmed?