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Emanuel, despite his unpopularity, is still the odds-on favorite for re-election.

Wilt Chamberlain once pointed out that “nobody loves Goliath,” as an excuse for his enduring unpopularity.

However, Sterling may find it difficult—to put it mildly—to find a willing seller, given his unpopularity.

Problems and unpopularity aside, there is even less support for fully repealing the Affordable Care Act.

To put their brutality and unpopularity in perspective, even Al Qaeda has begun to distance themselves publicly from these groups.

Its diminutive size and its unpopularity, however, prevent its general culture in this country.

Portland enjoyed a popularity which contrasts strangely with the extreme unpopularity which he had incurred in England.

The end of the war in 1902 showed the value of his persistency throughout the years of Liberal unpopularity and disunion.

Other causes contributed to the unpopularity of the ministers, among them the French annexation of Corsica.

Trouble and unpopularity next came to Gaius Gracchus from the colonies which were to be founded during this year.

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On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unpopularity, such as: dislike, disapprobation, disapproval, displeasure, dissatisfaction, and aversion.

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

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