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Second, at a similar point in the recall calendar, Davis was more unpopular than Newsom currently is.

Short-sellers have always been unpopular, and they’ve managed to become even more disliked during the GameStop controversy.

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He negotiated a treaty with Britain that was massively unpopular.

We were elected to make difficult, and at times, unpopular decisions while always being transparent with our residents.

Under McConnell and former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, their congressional agenda has also been largely unpopular.

She became extremely unpopular and was widely blamed for the King's growing weakness as he aged.

Why is such a simple countermeasure against headache and disease still so unpopular?

Or maybe Ford suggests Frank is onto an old, now unpopular wisdom: nobody and nothing survives for long.

The assumption is that President Obama is a drain on Democrats desperate to survive his unpopular numbers in key states.

The central government was unpopular, and a group of young Army officers carried out a coup.

At the time of his birth, the rulers of the country were very unpopular because of their wickedness and oppression of the people.

The imperial army had to be disbanded—a most unpopular and thankless task, requiring both tact and firmness.

In fact, there was not, in all the parish, a more generally unpopular man than Billy Birch.

It is very unpopular however for any one to expect the King to make any reply to any petitions sent in.

An equally unconciliatory spirit prevailed in England, where the repeal of the stamp act had become unpopular.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unpopular, such as: abhorred, avoided, creepy, despised, detested, and disesteemed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.