unlovable


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unlovable

(ʌnˈlʌvəbəl) or

unloveable

adj
not attracting or deserving love
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unlovable - incapable of inspiring love or affectionunlovable - incapable of inspiring love or affection; "she was in some mysterious way...unlovable"-Joseph Conrad
hateful - evoking or deserving hatred; "no vice is universally as hateful as ingratitude"- Joseph Priestly
Translations

unlovable

[ˈʌnˈlʌvəbl] ADJantipático

unlovable

[ˌʌnˈlʌvəbəl] adjantipathique

unlovable

unlovable

[ʌnˈlʌvəbl] adjantipatico/a
References in classic literature ?
For long years I have been a cross, crabbed, unlovable, unloved old man--though I'm not nearly sixty, yet, Pollyanna.
By it he had been formed and hardened into the Fighting Wolf, fierce and implacable, unloving and unlovable.
You, sir,' said Snawley, addressing the terrified Smike, 'are an unnatural, ungrateful, unlovable boy.
She could not help believing what she had been told; that she was in some mysterious way odious and unlovable.
Mistress Inchbare's unlovable hair clung fast round her head in wiry little yellow curls.
That's an unexpected but beautiful denouement for a reality show that starts out being about so-called unlovable 'freaks'-but ultimately proves that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
This time, the story of private jets, billionaire investments and sexual infidelity is told through the eyes of Fallon Carrington (Elizabeth Gillies), the ambitious, slightly unlovable daughter of a ruthless businessman, whose stepmum is close to her age.
I feel totally unlovable as a woman ever since my boyfriend left me for a male dancer in the company.
There was a time, despite what it may have looked like on the surface, that the fear had gripped me so tight, and I felt broken and unlovable," Wood said of being a bisexual.
Fat, ugly disgusting, worthless, useless, inadequate, unlovable, embarrassing, hopeless, rejected, angry, frustrated, miserable - have you ever felt this about yourself?
The authors wrote: "Old age identity was associated with embarrassing physical decline and unattractiveness and that old age was associated with being unlovable as evidenced by The Beatles' When I'm Sixty-four.
This comedy's wholesome messages about the season of goodwill are drowned out by unlovable characters, pitiful stabs at humour and the kind of platitudes about caring that would shame a greetings card.