This is easily accomplished without causing any unsightliness by placing an arch over the path.
Not even in the wet, greasy street could she find any unsightliness that afternoon.
The bull is then known as a “stub-horn,” and his horns increase in roughness and unsightliness as he grows older.
To the unsightliness of this picture is added an unstable seat.
Because of the unsightliness of my appearance I have been driven away from my home.
Illness, ugliness, unsightliness of any kind, had a horror for Mr. Saltus.
There was a full assortment of the halt, the hump-backed, and the crippled,—all degrees of sightlessness and unsightliness.
Nothing daunted by the sight of her own unsightliness, she took a bucket and went into the back yard.
It was in the new-born grass blades, thrusting up their delicate heads to rid the world of winter's unsightliness.
In many cases all that is necessary is to veneer the face sides, thus covering and hiding any unsightliness.
early 15c., "displeasing to the eye," from un- (1) "not" + sight + -ly (1). Cf. Middle Dutch onsichtlijc "invisible; ugly," Middle High German unsihtlih "invisible." Related: Unsightliness. Middle English sightlie is attested from mid-15c. but only in the sense "visible;" sightly as "pleasing to the eye" is from 1560s.