ungain

Related to ungain: mitigation, INDEF

ungain

(ʌnˈɡeɪn)
adj
inconvenient; unpleasant; unskilled
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Qureshi expressed the hope to meet his UAE counterpart on the margins of 73rd UNGAin NewYork next month to give the much needed impetus to bilateral ties after a lull period of five years.
The Admiralty Landships Com mittee was impressed as the ungain ly, belching monster easily crossed a trench line and made sauerkraut of barbed wire.
Here are the first lines of Stanza 48 in Moss Roberts's translation: To pursue learning, learn more day by day; To pursue the Way, unlearn it day by day: Unlearn and then unlearn again Until there is nothing to pursue; No end pursued, no end ungained.
That she beloved knows nought what that knows not this: Men prize the thing ungained more than it is.