unedifying

[ UK /ʌnˈɛdɪfˌa‍ɪɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not edifying
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How To Use unedifying In A Sentence

  • The 20 babes being absolute cows to each other is unedifying for all.
  • From the boardroom in his office he told me this year's player trading period was particularly unedifying.
  • He's wrong of course as he has been throughout his whole unedifying politico-religious career.
  • In the Middle East itself, the revolutionary experience of the mid-20th century has been equally unedifying, to say the least. The Lesson of the Arab Spring
  • It is, to say the least, an unedifying spectacle.
  • So they convened a kangaroo court and sent him on his unedifying way with a flea in his ear from an outraged Emma. The Sun
  • An unedifying gallery of bit-part rogues, including the profoundly unlovable Frankie Fraser, keeps assuring us that Charlie was a gentleman who looked after his old mum, etc etc.
  • But at least the unedifying spectacle of comrades in Christ tearing strips off each other over gay sex will vanish from the headlines for a bit.
  • So they convened a kangaroo court and sent him on his unedifying way with a flea in his ear from an outraged Emma. The Sun
  • Here in Melbourne, listening to what's colloquially called, Drive Time Radio, is a singularly unedifying experience.
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