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Unpleasanter

[ˌənˈplezənt]

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Synonyms: 1. Disagreeable 2. Irksome 3. Troublesome 4. Annoying 5. Irritating 6. Vexatious 7. Displeasing 8. Uncomfortable 9. Distressing 10. Nasty 11. Horrible 12. Appalling 13. Terrible 14. Awful 15. Dreadful 16. Hateful 17. Detestable 18. Miserable 19. Abominable 20. Execrable ...21. Odious 22. Invidious 23. Objectionable 24. Offensive 25. Obnoxious 26. Repugnant 27. Repulsive 28. Repellent 29. Revolting 30. Disgusting 31. Distasteful 32. Nauseating 33. Unsavory 34. Unpalatable 35. Ugly 36. Unappetizing 37. Uninviting 38. Unappealing 39. Inedible 40. Bitter 41. Sour 42. Rancid 43. Sickening 44. Foul 45. Rotten 46. Vile 47. Pleasant 48. Agreeable 49. Palatable 50. Unlikable 51. Unlovable 52. Unattractive 53. Disagreeable 54. Unfriendly 55. Inconsiderate 56. Rude 57. Impolite 58. Obnoxious 59. Nasty 60. Spiteful 61. Cruel 62. Malicious 63. Mean 64. Vicious 65. Poisonous 66. Venomous 67. Vindictive 68. Malign 69. Frightful 70. Ghastly 71. Insufferable 72. Unbearable 73. Annoying 74. Irritating 75. Churlish 76. Cross 77. Pleasant 78. Likable 79. Legal See more »
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4. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Adjective []. unpleasanter. comparative form of unpleasant: more unpleasant.
5. There are few unpleasanter things than having to listen to one's enemies laughing at one. I cannot stifle a feeling that both sides in the LMS spat ought to have put up with almost anything rather than give the Pillocks cause for delighted mirth. Posted by Fr John Hunwicke at 20:02.
6. Similarly, there are themes of revenge, humiliation, voyeurism, bondage - but these are treated in a semi-comical way, and the distinctly misogynist appetites harboured by the unpleasanter fans of sexploitation cinema remain unsatisfied.
7. People Who Use More Emojis Have More Sex and Get More Dates; The Spirit of Woodstock, 50 Years Later This means that the stakes in jealousy are higher and the unpleasantness unpleasanter.
8. While pounding over one of the unpleasanter bits of Sikkim, in vile weather, he came upon a set of tracks made by some creature walking on two legs and bare feet that, he says, went on and on, over the freezing snow, not only taking the line of least resistance at every turn but marking out a course in conformity with the easiest gradients that

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