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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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unpalatableun‧pal‧at‧a‧ble /ʌnˈpælətəbəl/ adjective  1 UNPLEASANTan unpalatable fact or idea is very unpleasant and difficult to accept The unpalatable truth is that the team isn’t getting any better.unpalatable to an idea that’s unpalatable to most people2 DFUNPLEASANTunpalatable food tastes unpleasant
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unpalatableThe previous day he had rejected an offering of hard yellow lentil seeds which we had found unpalatable and difficult to cook.The unlucky federal judge in whose court the suit is brought is faced with a number of equally unpalatable choices.Such an acknowledgment would tend to lead to either of two equally unpalatable conclusions.But boiling the grain was a laborious process and produced an unpalatable mush.The idea of an activity solely related to trying to raise money was at that stage an unpalatable one.Berg tapped into the unpalatable side of public opinion, becoming addicted to verbal wind-ups and hostility with fatal results.Senator Long tends to avoid unpalatable social issues.If we had more courage at Goodison in facing up to the truth unpalatable though it may be things might begin to improve.As a consequence land has become unproductive as unpalatable weeds have replaced nutritious fodder.unpalatable truthAnd that, Dougal told himself, was the cold, unpalatable truth.This disenchantment reflects an unpalatable truth about their country.The unpalatable truth, it seems, doesn't pay.Until people are unequivocally taught this unpalatable truth there can be no preaching of good news.The unpalatable truth was that his absence hurt her.
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