OTHER WORDS FROM unlovelyun·love·li·ness, noun
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Prussian militarism was unlovely, to be sure, but the Kaiser was no Führer.
Most crimes are motivated by unlovely impulses that are at least comprehensible: the desire for money, sex, respect, revenge.There's Little We Can Do to Prevent Another Massacre|Megan McArdle|December 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We are not smarter or wiser because we happen to be born later, and it's an unlovely tendency to imagine that we are.
It is said that atheists are bred in slums, and amidst brick walls and unlovely surroundings.The Everlasting Arms|Joseph Hocking
In a few moments the crude, unlovely room was piteously bright, and the mystery had flown.
The fire had gone out during the excitement of the morning, and the room looked more than ever unlovely and uninhabited.
It was all quite unlovely, yet it had made him happy to come there.Mary Gray|Katharine Tynan
Must I bear the awful burden of authority, that unlovely appendage to youth?Ernest Linwood|Caroline Lee Hentz