unpleasantly


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un·pleas·ant

 (ŭn-plĕz′ənt)
adj.
Not pleasing; disagreeable.

un·pleas′ant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unpleasantly - in an unpleasant mannerunpleasantly - in an unpleasant manner; "he had been unpleasantly surprised"
agreeably, enjoyably, pleasantly - in an enjoyable manner; "we spent a pleasantly lazy afternoon"
Translations
بصورَةٍ غَيْر لَطيفَه
nepříjemně
óòægilega
neprijaznoneprijetno
hoş olmayan bir şekilde

unpleasantly

[ʌnˈplezntlɪ] ADVde manera poco agradable
"no," he said unpleasantly-no -dijo en tono nada amistoso
the bomb fell unpleasantly closela bomba cayó lo bastante cerca como para inquietarnos

unpleasantly

[ʌnˈplɛzəntli] adv
(= disagreeably) [hot, cold, sweet] → désagréablement
The smell was unpleasantly strong → L'odeur était désagréablement forte.
The Lyles are an unpleasantly hypocritical pair → Le couple Lyle est d'une désagréable hypocrisie.
(= in an unfriendly way) [laugh, say] → d'une manière déplaisante

unpleasantly

adv replyunliebenswürdig, unfreundlich; warm, smellunangenehm; he was getting unpleasantly close to the truthes war unangenehm, wie nah er an der Wahrheit war; not unpleasantly soauf nicht unangenehme Weise

unpleasantly

[ʌnˈplɛzntlɪ] advin modo poco piacevole
the room smelt unpleasantly of fish → c'era un odore sgradevole di pesce nella stanza
it was unpleasantly close to the truth → era spiacevolmente vicino al vero
it's unpleasantly hot in here → qui dentro fa troppo caldo, per i miei gusti

unpleasant

(anˈpleznt) adjective
disagreeable. an unpleasant task/smell.
unˈpleasantly adverb
References in classic literature ?
The idea of Marner's money kept growing in vividness, now the want of it had become immediate; the prospect of having to make his appearance with the muddy boots of a pedestrian at Batherley, and to encounter the grinning queries of stablemen, stood unpleasantly in the way of his impatience to be back at Raveloe and carry out his felicitous plan; and a casual visitation of his waistcoat-pocket, as he was ruminating, awakened his memory to the fact that the two or three small coins his forefinger encountered there were of too pale a colour to cover that small debt, without payment of which the stable-keeper had declared he would never do any more business with Dunsey Cass.
Our plain manner of living, our small rooms and few domestics, and the little we see of the world, must make Hunsford extremely dull to a young lady like yourself; but I hope you will believe us grateful for the condescension, and that we have done everything in our power to prevent your spending your time unpleasantly.
The schoolmaster and his consort passed their time unpleasantly enough that evening, but something or other happened before the next morning, which a little abated the fury of Mrs Partridge; and she at length admitted her husband to make his excuses: to which she gave the readier belief, as he had, instead of desiring her to recall Jenny, professed a satisfaction in her being dismissed, saying, she was grown of little use as a servant, spending all her time in reading, and was become, moreover, very pert and obstinate; for, indeed, she and her master had lately had frequent disputes in literature; in which, as hath been said, she was become greatly his superior.
A great many ladies talked then, and several of them talked all at once, and even more loudly and more unpleasantly than before.
This is all true--but I have not heard of any student who DID decline; to decline and still remain in the corps would make him unpleasantly conspicuous, and properly so, since he knew, when he joined, that his main business, as a member, would be to fight.
This strange blending of odours consisted of something faintly and unpleasantly aromatic, mixed with another underlying smell, so unutterably sickening that he threw open the window, and put his head out into the fresh air, unable to endure the horribly infected atmosphere for a moment longer.
I must explain to you," said the major, "that, fully confiding in the signature of the Abbe Busoni, I had not provided myself with any other funds; so that if this resource had failed me, I should have found myself very unpleasantly situated in Paris.
When he received the letter of complaint from the banker's wife, he tore it up and laughed unpleasantly.
When I've made up my mind that I can't afford to buy a tempting dog, I take no notice of him, because if he took a strong fancy to me and looked lovingly at me, the struggle between arithmetic and inclination might become unpleasantly severe.
With an affectation of respect which evidently struck Alexander unpleasantly, he rode up and saluted.
As all was thus suddenly revealed to me I laughed unpleasantly at myself, for, on my soul, I had been thinking well of Mary of late.
If he refuses to listen to the lecture and goes on the war path, then, unpleasantly for me, I assure you, I shall be compelled to thrash him and his village, first: and, next, I shall triple the fine he must pay and lecture the law into him a trifle more compendiously.