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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunpleasantun‧pleas‧ant /ʌnˈplezənt/ ●●○ adjective  1 UNPLEASANTnot pleasant or enjoyable an unpleasant experience an extremely unpleasant smell an unpleasant surprise2 UNPLEASANTnot kind or friendly opp nice He said some very unpleasant things. a thoroughly unpleasant manunpleasantly adverb
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unpleasantThat man in the grocery store is always so unpleasant.Undercooked potatoes taste unpleasant and can be harmful.Older birds are often very tough and have an unpleasant aroma; they should be avoided whenever possible.Phil and Jane argued the whole time, so it was a pretty unpleasant evening.I had an unpleasant feeling that someone was following me.Obviously the girls were liable to incur unpleasant finger or hand injuries from badly aimed blows.What falling ill means to a cat, or any other animal, is that something unpleasant is threatening it.The engineers were located at both the home office and the construction site, with an unpleasant journey between the two places.No crippling Whitewater developments or unpleasant October surprises appeared.Some animals give off an unpleasant odor that deters attackers.an unpleasant odorDid she really say that? What an unpleasant person!Then Nel lost her temper and there was an extremely unpleasant scene in Kenwood's office.You shouldn't have been so unpleasant to her - she was only trying to help.Gabby had never seen two girls be so unpleasant to their mother.
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