unagreeable

Related to unagreeable: disagreeable

unagreeable

(ˌʌnəˈɡriːəbəl)
adj
1. unpleasant or disagreeable
2. not in agreement; inconsistent
References in classic literature ?
But least the difficultie of passing back Stay his returne perhaps over this Gulfe Impassable, impervious, let us try Adventrous work, yet to thy power and mine Not unagreeable, to found a path Over this Maine from Hell to that new World Where Satan now prevailes, a Monument Of merit high to all th' infernal Host, Easing thir passage hence, for intercourse, Or transmigration, as thir lot shall lead.
But it was not to be avoided: he made her feel that she was the object of all; though she could not say that it was unpleasantly done, that there was indelicacy or ostentation in his manner; and sometimes, when he talked of William, he was really not unagreeable, and shewed even a warmth of heart which did him credit.
Post-Uri, the tense relations between the neighbouring India and Pakistan put an unagreeable stop to any cultural exchange or talent crossover, leaving the fate of this interesting collaboration in limbo.