verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of flatter1
Examples from the Web for unflattering
She died before they started shooting season two, and an unflattering caricature was included immediately.
The beef began three days ago, when Snoop posted an unflattering Iggy meme to his Instagram.
The Artist Formerly Known as Snoop Lion posts an unflattering meme of Iggy Azalea and all hell breaks loose.
The self-portraits in particular confounded the art world, who reviewed them in unflattering terms like “naïve” and “pedestrian.”
Either way, the pressure is on—which has a way of squeezing, straining, and stretching a series into strange, unflattering shapes.
No wonder she felt tempted to advise the burning of so unflattering a record.Robert Browning|C. H. Herford
She gave an unflattering account of the extravagance, filth, and idleness cultivated in servants by the Southern régime.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
Do not bear me a grudge for the unflattering portrait of myself which I have given you.Letters to an Unknown|Prosper Mrime
He could discover no loophole where any unflattering dullness on his part was particularly at fault.Villa Elsa|Stuart Henry
If he had the wretch would certainly meet with a most unflattering reception.Ticket No. "9672"|Jules Verne