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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunprepossessingun‧pre‧pos‧sess‧ing /ˌʌnpriːpəˈzesɪŋ/ adjective formal  ATTRACT#not very attractive or noticeable Despite his unprepossessing appearance, he was very popular with women.
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unprepossessingIn appearance he was singularly unprepossessing.To top this unprepossessing appearance was a thin, scrawny neck which seemed only just to support the weight of his head.Jim's is an unprepossessing corner cafe-shabby furniture, steamy windows, pine tongue-and-groove walls.The door was swung open by an unprepossessing man of middle stature, creamy-faced, and merry-eyed.The ferry was the most unprepossessing sea vessel I've ever seen.The book contains 58 photographs of this unprepossessing site.His writing-room on the first floor contains an unprepossessing table and a sideboard, on which sit his word-processor and printer.When first surveyed, a few years ago, it had rendered outer walls and unprepossessing windows.
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