unpleasant

[ uhn-plez-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unpleasant
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Why did Shakespeare want to paint this unpleasant bitter-tongued wife?

Also, the thought of another stolen evening alone with her was not unpleasant.

At almost any other time his visit would have been unpleasant.

The experience of all in the camp that night was most unpleasant.

My sharing his compartment had evidently produced an unpleasant impression.

This was a most unpleasant reflection and Martin preferred to dismiss it.

To be crushed, as it were, under the tip of a forefinger was an unpleasant experience.

The idea of remaining in the brig was unpleasant to me, and I had thought of quitting her for some days.

An unsociable meal it was—almost as unpleasant as were their inward thoughts.

Jarrett, with frowns and an unpleasant grin, held out my keys to them.

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