unbeloved

ADJECTIVE
  1. unhappy in love; suffering from unrequited love
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How To Use unbeloved In A Sentence

  • Has there, in fact, ever been so great a player so universally unbeloved as the esteemed Mr. Bonds?
  • All of the personal computers on the Internet, as well as the super computers and other resources, are tied together in one mammoth national computer that has unbeloved power and capabilities to solve problems.
  • Winner of the most comments on the subject goes, of course, to my unbeloved Chowhound.
  • In 2004, Dracula the Musical, an adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel with music by Frank Wildhorn, was unbeloved by critics and closed after an unprofitable five-month run.
  • It is much beloved by ‘liberal’ US critics…which has to be a lot better than unbeloved by them.
  • She too left her uncle's study to prepare for the journey ahead, and leave a little farewell note to her unbeloved King Chastain.
  • So this dwarf, who must have known he was of inferior genetic stock and unbeloved by God decided it would be a good idea to breed.
  • Many do, but many consider themselves to be rejects of the Universe, unbeloved by God or by anyone else.
  • But note, we'll keep those unbeloved empty constructors, cause they are essentially for the internal factories and we like to ensure their existence.
  • Far more fruitful for pure kitsch purposes is the unbeloved, resplendently bad 1970s version that helped send Barbra Streisand's movie career into an aesthetic swoon from which it never truly recovered.
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