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[ US /ənˈpæɫətəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnpˈælətəbə‍l/ ]
  1. not pleasant or acceptable to the taste or mind
    unpalatable truths
    unpalatable behavior
    an unpalatable meal
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How To Use unpalatable In A Sentence

  • His films, as a result, are often repulsive; yet they contain the occasional flash of genius that may redeem the more unpalatable aspects of his work.
  • But the unpalatable fact is that we do live in a different world and we have to take appropriate steps.
  • She plays Themba's daughter who returns from exile to learn the unpalatable truth about her father.
  • It is true that this explanation of the bright, conspicuous colours is only a hypothesis, but its foundations -- unpalatableness, and the liability of other butterflies to be eaten, -- are certain, and its consequences -- the existence of mimetic palatable forms -- conform it in the most convincing manner. Evolution in Modern Thought
  • Dundee United gorged themselves on a rich performance at Ibrox, but it was an afternoon which became bitterly unpalatable to Rangers.
  • And, unpalatable - or even downright outrageous - though it may seem, we will, eventually, have to start listening.
  • I can honestly say that I have never had more unpalatable lamb cutlets in my life.
  • Boredom, cold water and unpalatable food are just some of the hardships facing Paul Cleasby, who has now been in Antalya jail for approaching three weeks.
  • Whereas previously it was rather unpalatable on its own, it has improved greatly in flavour and is now versatile enough to be used in cooking.
  • Often it will have a sour, smelly, unpalatable fermentation.
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