unlovable

[ UK /ʌnlˈʌvəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of inspiring love or affection
    she was in some mysterious way...unlovable
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How To Use unlovable In A Sentence

  • She is easily a very unlikable and unlovable character. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you are jumping to the conclusion that your partner has found someone else, this clearly demonstrates one of two possibilities: (1) You don't have confidence in your partner and the relationship; or (2) as an individual, you are feeling insecure -- perhaps unlovable or undesirable. Dr. Terri Orbuch: Cyber-Snooping When You Suspect Infidelity: Is It Ever OK?
  • Maybe I am not so unlovable, because Dan, he loves me, he wants to be with me.'
  • Or does your negative perception of your thighs make you feel unsexy and unlovable?
  • I spend a lot of my time thinking myself unworthy, unlovable, of little value or use…… and at the same time I find myself not wanting to feel that way at all, because on other levels I know that these things are not true.
  • Edward Herrmann is Hearst, a big and strangely unlovable teddy bear of a man, spying fanatically on his guests and fellow passengers and especially on his beautiful mistress Marion Davies, played by Kirsten Dunst.
  • a harsh and unlovable old tyrant
  • Literally, one night of love - and only because, in the true Larner tradition, she was so unlovable that she appealed to his devious vanity. PASSION IN THE PEAK
  • Even relationships can be affected, because the person with SAD can become irritable, unloving and unlovable, says charity Mind.
  • At first, I'm sure it must have been duty on her part that kept her going, because I was truly unlovable. GYPSY MASALA
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