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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisagreeabledis‧a‧gree‧a‧ble /ˌdɪsəˈɡriːəbəl◂/ adjective formal  1 UNPLEASANTnot at all enjoyable or pleasant opp agreeable a disagreeable jobdisagreeable to The conversation was disagreeable to him.RegisterIn everyday English, people usually say someone or something is not very nice rather than disagreeable:It’s not a very nice job. 2 BAD-TEMPEREDunfriendly and bad-tempered opp agreeable a rude, disagreeable womandisagreeably adverb
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disagreeableIt's impossible to have a normal conversation with your father - he's always so disagreeable.It never rendered him mean or even disagreeable.I expect he was telling a tale, but even this made him a very disagreeable character.Ricardo had forecast a disagreeable fate for most of mankind.The landlord is an extremely disagreeable man. Have as little to do with him as possible.He's the most disagreeable man I've ever met.Snapping out of this disagreeable mood will release tensions in everyone.I have to admit I find the name a little disagreeable on the aesthetic front.At his request, I had written the preface, and that preface had involved me in a most disagreeable situation.a very disagreeable taskAspects of his work, his life style, are disagreeable to him in the extreme.This turbidity is sometimes beneficial but also curtails the transparency of the water and is therefore largely disagreeable to the aquarist.
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