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It depresses the humble sufferer from its baneful effects; it irritates the passions of the unamiable.
Still I went on acting the part of the unamiable, in the hope that she would take a spite against me.
And will not that too readily occasion jealousy, envy, and all the unamiable effects of mutual rivalship?
The humble apology was to Miss Pepper, who, with a most unamiable countenance, was standing just outside the gate.
Her brother succeeded to the trade; a man of probity and honour, but somewhat hard and unamiable.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
He rang the bell, and asked the untipped and unamiable old servant to bring him some ink.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
That was a point on which it was perfectly lawful to be unamiable to others—to be vigilant, eager, suspicious, selfish.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
He was a definitely unamiable boy, if one might judge from appearances.
She had some claims to good looks, in spite of a slightly pasty complexion, and a large and decidedly unamiable mouth.
We wish to keep even unamiable people when death calls for them, much more good souls like him.

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