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synonyms for unamusing

  • dangerous
  • deep
  • difficult
  • far-reaching
  • grievous
  • important
  • major
  • meaningful
  • severe
  • significant
  • tough
  • urgent
  • arduous
  • fateful
  • fell
  • formidable
  • grave
  • grim
  • hard
  • heavy
  • laborious
  • menacing
  • momentous
  • no joke
  • no laughing matter
  • of consequence
  • operose
  • out for blood
  • playing hard ball
  • pressing
  • smoking
  • sobering
  • strenuous
  • strictly business
  • threatening
  • ugly
  • unhumorous
  • worrying
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antonyms for unamusing

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  • calm
  • easy
  • facile
  • friendly
  • insignificant
  • little
  • meaningless
  • minor
  • small
  • trivial
  • unimportant
  • worthless
  • flippant
  • funny
  • happy
  • light
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How to use unamusing in a sentence

It would be no unamusing task for an antiquary with human instincts to dig and delve until he had re-peopled every residence.
ADVENTURES AND ENTHUSIASMSE. V. LUCAS
And here was Wickwire himself, condemned to the dreariest fate ever devised by unamusing devils.
WHERE THE PAVEMENT ENDSJOHN RUSSELL
A crude and unamusing play, it is nevertheless interesting as containing the germ of modern musical comedy.
ROWLANDSON'S OXFORDA. HAMILTON GIBBS
An adventure of Æschines, the famous orator of Athens, it may not be unamusing to relate.
RUINS OF ANCIENT CITIES (VOL. II OF II)CHARLES BUCKE
I saw Derry back in Cambridge Circus again, and his black oak furniture played the most unamusing tricks.
THE TOWER OF OBLIVIONOLIVER ONIONS
Young men of the richer sort had made a pastime of the same pursuit, 'which was not unamusing.'
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So it goes on, not unamusing, full of topical allusions and bad puns.
THE TRIBUNE OF NOVA SCOTIAW. L. (WILLIAM LAWSON) GRANT
But though this is not wholly unamusing, it is hardly, as nonsense, up to the standard instituted for us by Mr. Lear.
BY-WAYS IN BOOK-LANDWILLIAM DAVENPORT ADAMS
It may not be unamusing to the curious reader to know in what manner this subject is handled by King James.
THE AMERICAN QUARTERLY REVIEW, NO. 17, MARCH 1831VARIOUS
The history of the covering of the head is not altogether unamusing.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRY, VOLUME I (OF 2)CHARLES MILLS
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WORDS RELATED TO UNAMUSING

  • arduous
  • dangerous
  • deep
  • difficult
  • far-reaching
  • fateful
  • fell
  • formidable
  • grave
  • grievous
  • grim
  • hard
  • heavy
  • important
  • laborious
  • major
  • meaningful
  • menacing
  • momentous
  • no joke
  • no laughing matter
  • of consequence
  • operose
  • out for blood
  • playing hard ball
  • pressing
  • severe
  • significant
  • smoking
  • sobering
  • strenuous
  • strictly business
  • threatening
  • tough
  • ugly
  • unamusing
  • unhumorous
  • urgent
  • worrying
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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