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View synonyms for unattractive

unattractive

/ ˌʌnəˈtræktɪv /

adjective

  1. not appealing to the senses or mind through beauty, form, character, etc
  2. not arousing interest

    an unattractive proposition



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Example Sentences

The byssus is not unsafe for diners, but it is unattractive.

This fee makes using the debit card an unattractive option in terms of value—especially since some credit cards offer 2% cash back in rewards with no fees—but there is an important exception.

From Fortune

Originally created for use on boats, the shoes are known for being comfortable but also remarkably unattractive.

From Quartz

To avoid this unattractive outcome, companies, government organizations, educational institutions, and philanthropic organizations need to join forces to reskill American workers, focusing on digital and computer capabilities.

From Fortune

It just changed into something quite dark and unattractive with Clay, and was a unique moment in my artistic career.

They usually find whining to be an unattractive quality best left to toddlers and MSNBC hosts.

In the film, his pals fondly recall the critic bringing through a carousel of unattractive women.

The employer shrinks the hospital and doctor network to make the company plan unattractive to those with chronic illness.

See what Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, and company think about being unattractive, unathletic, illiterate voyeurs.

The people of the Continent consider Britain a chilly, unattractive land.

They are much more simple, with unattractive portals and plain columns; therefore, not to be compared with those at Adjunta.

But the palaces of the princes and nobility are usually as beautiful as the other homes are plain and unattractive.

Passing through the rooms, you gain the grounds in the rear,—a beautiful garden once,—not unattractive now.

A chilly turkey is just about as unattractive looking a bird as any one would wish to see.

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