[ UK /ʌnɐtɹˈæktɪvnəs/ ]
  1. an ugliness of appearance that is not appealing to viewers
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How To Use unattractiveness In A Sentence

  • Fortunately their heady, heavenly aroma more than compensates for their physical unattractiveness. Times, Sunday Times
  • Or, as it turns out in my case, unattractiveness. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fact that many farms in County Carlow were unsellable as proved by recent auctions, shows the real story and unattractiveness of farm-ing, " Senator Browne contended.
  • President Obama said today that the majority of health problems in the United States are related to obesity, from heart disease to diabetes to severe unattractiveness. Pablo Andreu: Healthcare Bill Renamed "Or You Will Die of Fatness" Bill
  • Was his failure due to choosiness? he wondered - or fear of rejection, or unattractiveness? Fear
  • Thus, the benefits of mass appeal and electioneering competence are minimized, and so are the penalties of unattractiveness and incompetence.
  • Some of this relates to the wide and varied aspirations of young lawyers and some of it to the unattractiveness of private practice to significant segments of the population. Finding Balance
  • It was the unattractiveness of what he offered that always drew the widows in. Lorelei
  • And, because I'm writing for The Jewish Journal -- and am a Jewish woman -- I'd ask him what the heck was up with some of the movie's snide, subtle one-liners, in particular, the not-so-veiled references to the general unattractiveness of my cohort. Danielle Berrin: Desperately Seeking Sorkin
  • Guess we're all confined to unattractiveness and those dreadful 1950s thick rimmed spectacles that according to stereotype all academically sound people wear.
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