uncute

uncute

(ʌnˈkjuːt)
adj
not cute
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Curiously, the cuteness is less prevalent in places that aren't officially supposed to lean forward: places like CNN, which has had several uncute women anchors; Fox News, whose Greta Van Susteren is nobody's idea of a barrel of monkeys; and The Wall Street Journal, where Peggy Noonan's column is hilarious precisely because it's written in such earnest.
I figured it was because I was dorky and awkward and uncute.
It's tough to know what to make of these findings without knowing the ways in which cute babies differ from uncute babies," says Steven Gangestad of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
We'll never again think of Paul McCartney as ``the cute Beatle'' after his ex, Heather Mills, talked smack about his uncute behavior.
This is a refreshing change: the sassy orphan heroine, the uncute animal sidekick and the offbeat tone.
All of this serves to set up the rivalry between now fully fledged operatives Carmen and Juni Cortez (the pleasingly uncute Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara) and gloryhunting fellow OSS junior members, snotty teen Gary and kid sister Gerti Giggles (the suitably irritating Matt O'Leary and Haley's Joel Osment's sibling Emily).
Keep the now adolescent, gawky, and decidedly uncute birds under the brooder light for a month, or till they are well feathered and start peeking over the top of a 6-inch-high barrier ring.
But for the same reason it would be impossible, as a general rule, for children to be uncute.