unappreciated

[ uh-pree-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unappreciated
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He was not for ever complaining that he was unappreciated and underestimated.

He felt that what he considered the noblest faculties he possessed were unappreciated.

Our unemancipated, unappreciated Martha was quite delightful to us.

A blessing which is easily won is likely to be unappreciated.

It is part of woman's lot to do a large amount of unappreciated work.

Nor can you find that they were unappreciated by their contemporaries.

The rle is unappreciated, so it's the more creditable in me to stick to it.

He began to see himself as a wronged and unappreciated father.

The truth about me is simply that I'm the most unappreciated of—what do you call the fellows?

For a moment the works of her unappreciated genius were forgotten.

WORD ORIGIN

1809, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of appreciate.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNAPPRECIATED

unloved

adjectivenot loved
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