unenjoyable

unenjoyable

(ˌʌnɪnˈdʒɔɪəbəl)
adj
not providing enjoyment; not pleasurable
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When I write for other artists, it feels like a job, although not an unenjoyable one.
After Austrian author Elfriede Jelinek won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2004, a Nobel juror--Swedish author Knut Ahnlund, eighty-two at the time--derided her work as 'whingeing, unenjoyable, violent pornography'.
It was in interesting experience and not exactly unenjoyable but not exactly what I was expecting either.
New research from Direct Line car insurance asked drivers how much time they enjoyed behind the wheel and found that a third (32 per cent) of the journey was unenjoyable on the average trip.
Enjoyable: Simply accepting that a contact center agent job is going to be an unenjoyable experience will put you out of business.
Thus cognitive dissonance can trick your brain into perceiving you value a particularly difficult or unenjoyable task, which in turn can spur motivation and engagement.
It is by no means unenjoyable, and it might find a welcome new audience for the theatre, but it's surely a sign of the times.
I had three sips then it went into the bin, a thoroughly unenjoyable experience.
During what must have been a highly unenjoyable hour at the dispatch box, Osborne made only one good joke - about abolishing the Lib Dems (the old ones are the best).
In the same way, unpleasant or unenjoyable work or work conditions propel the search for meaning.
For Chamberlain, the girl masquer elevates an otherwise unenjoyable masque, making an impression on even the toughest audience.