adjective, un·sight·li·er, un·sight·li·est.
Origin of unsightly
Synonyms for unsightly
Antonyms for unsightly
Examples from the Web for unsightliness
Historical Examples of unsightliness
Not even in the wet, greasy street could she find any unsightliness that afternoon.The Tavern Knight
Because of the unsightliness of my appearance I have been driven away from my home.Warriors of Old Japan and Other Stories
Yei Theodora Ozaki
To the unsightliness of this picture is added an unstable seat.South America To-day
Illness, ugliness, unsightliness of any kind, had a horror for Mr. Saltus.Edgar Saltus: The Man
This is easily accomplished without causing any unsightliness by placing an arch over the path.The Dwelling House
George Vivian Poore
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.