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unlovely

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunlovelyun‧love‧ly /ʌnˈlʌvli/ adjective literary  UGLYugly
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unlovelyThey really were rejects, zero contributors, the unlovely and the unemployable.How could that evil and unlovely face be Dorian Gray's?When not lit up she is unlovely, flat and grub like.But at the same time I revelled in the unlovely sound because it might be the saving of my miserable life.
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