unattractive

[ US /ˌənəˈtɹæktɪv/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɐtɹˈæktɪv/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking beauty or charm
    as unattractive as most mining regions
  2. lacking power to arouse interest
    being unemployed is a most unattractive prospect
  3. not appealing to the senses
    untempting food
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How To Use unattractive In A Sentence

  • The Orangery restaurant is not as gorgeous as the rest of the house, partly because it is in a modern extension, but mainly because it is unattractively lit.
  • The selling may not see strong bids from regular customers because the sector's yield level is unattractively low, said Naoki Tsuchiyama , a market economist at Mizuho Securities. Japanese Yields Rise
  • Cadbury dismisses 'derisory' Kraft bid food giant Kraft yesterday, labelling it "derisory" and "unattractive" and calling on its shareholders to turn it down. WN.com - Articles related to Cadbury chief prefers Hershey to Kraft as bid battle looms larger
  • Most of us find them unattractive, though there are thousands of rodent fanciers who dote on their well-groomed rat-pets.
  • Fortunately their heady, heavenly aroma more than compensates for their physical unattractiveness. Times, Sunday Times
  • It must be very hard to continually be called unattractive, to have your loneliness thrown back in your face. Kickboxing Geishas
  • Bilko's motor-pool privates were scruffy, lazy, unattractive slobs who liked to do as little work as possible, never paraded and were almost fearful of weaponry.
  • In the eyes of society, and the caring services, old age is the most unattractive part of the service.
  • His face turned a rather unattractive shade of red at the suggestion that his sons could be cross-dressing.
  • It is not an unattractive option to make programmes for other companies.
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