uncool

[ US /ˌənˈkuɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkˈuːl/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (spoken slang) unfashionable and boring
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How To Use uncool In A Sentence

  • How did the most uncool face fluff become very cool indeed? Times, Sunday Times
  • In the meantime, says Ms Smith, driving distracted must become, like drunk driving, "totally uncool, socially unacceptable", especially among teenagers.
  • It suddenly becomes very uncool to wake up on the floor of a bar. Times, Sunday Times
  • Am I that old and out of touch, so entirely uncool and devoid of reasonable advice and emotional support?
  • It's uncool to have parents tagging along everywhere.
  • It's not considered uncool or in some way shifty to be involved in politics, which is probably a healthy thing.
  • Now, that would be really uncool. Times, Sunday Times
  • I know I've made fun of you guys in the past, and I know that's totally uncool.
  • After getting several guns pulled out on me at the Grand Streetside by local gangstas and having managers that "partied" treat me uncool just because I was in a band with cops, I decided that I was better off making CDs that didn't sell that well as opposed to selling other people's that DID. Playback:stl Syndication
  • Keep everything low-key, and no PDA with this guy (you know, public displays of affection) because that would be way uncool.
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