uninviting[ uhn-in-vahy-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF uninviting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNINVITING
If its exterior were uninviting, the scene as we entered was sinister.
Slowly the vessels coasted along the uninviting shore, looking in vain for any inlet or any river's mouth.
The scenery of the river is flat and uninviting, but eminently characteristic.
The surface of Greenland was cold, dreary, and uninviting to a degree.
The culs-de-sac, uninviting to eye and nose, were as Italian as the church.
Somehow or other the church looked cold and raw and uninviting.
It seemed as though it feared to rise in the grey, damp, uninviting atmosphere.
There are high and uninviting quaternary bluffs that lure only the eye.
The companions peered through the door at the uninviting interior.
The whole covered with tufts of spinifex, barren, wretched, and uninviting.