(of food) not pleasing or stimulating to the appetite
(of a prospect, person, etc) not appealing or attractive: unappetizing to investors
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How to use unappetizing in a sentence
Those cells, however, were then grown using fetal bovine serum, an unappetizing by-product of the slaughter of pregnant cattle.Can Vegetarians Eat In-Vitro Meat? The Debate Rages. | Nico Hines | August 7, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
As he tries to assemble a government in the coming weeks, the Israeli leader faces two unappetizing options.Obama’s Silver Lining in Israel: Elections Weaken Netanyahu | Peter Beinart | January 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
If you think the idea of having Newt in public life sounds unappetizing, Bob has been dealing with it since 1979.
Robert Rosenthal asks if you can still get a square meal from a round can—plus view the most unappetizing products.
Robert Rosenthal asks if you can still get a square meal from a round can—plus, view the most unappetizing products.
So long as we are warm enough we may relish a very frugal dinner, but a feast is unappetizing in a cold room.Girls and Women | Harriet E. Paine (AKA E. Chester}
It was rough and unappetizing fare—slices of cold cooked meat between slices of some cereal substance.Flight From Tomorrow | Henry Beam Piper
A precaution, however, that should always be taken is not to cook it too long, for jam is very unappetizing if it is too thick.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5 | Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
Shortly after the evening meal of singularly unappetizing Darian rations, she drank thirstily.Pariah Planet | Murray Leinster
I added, however, that I would not repeat this experiment on this unappetizing specimen.The Meaning of Evolution | Samuel Christian Schmucker