unattractively


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unattractively

(ˌʌnəˈtræktɪvlɪ)
adv
in an unattractive manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unattractively - in an unattractive mannerunattractively - in an unattractive manner; "she was unattractively dressed last night"
attractively, beautifully - in a beautiful manner; "her face was beautifully made up"
References in classic literature ?
But seeing a stranger the sickly, scrofulous-looking child, unattractively like her mother, began to yell and run away.
They like to find us quite irretrievably bad, and to leave us quite unattractively good.
What you'll be left with is a sweat-clad T-shirt that unattractively sticks to your body.
Perhaps enough competing forces, all unattractively motivated and acting selfishly and without any normative aspirations other than maximizing their own self-interest, can produce a good enough, and democratically legitimate, set of laws.
For negatives, Dib lists the unattractively high equity valuations, the suffering of the investment sector, high corporate debt levels and the general toll that the strong US dollar is taking on corporate profits.
The Old Model, the first 21,000 assembled, featured a straight, un-tapered barrel and a rather unattractively shaped trigger guard.
Indeed one of our most common yet unrecognized and under-appreciated birds is the unattractively named Common Bulbul.
While having to become unattractively plain, change habits to be more modest and frugal, and contend with a lack of freedom and financial means are far from ideal, most wives consider these changes a short-term setback and a necessary compromise in order to gain legitimacy in the community as the obedient daughter-in-law whose main focus is on the family.
After all, we cannot doubt Charlotte's fidelity without casting Charles as unattractively stubborn.
Beginning with Schiller, Part II considers the question of whether Kant's hybrid account "presents an unattractively dualistic and conflicted picture of our nature as moral agents" (104).
The letter gave Copland the opportunity to convey to the Standing Committee that he felt the poor response was because the salary was unattractively low (1,950 pounds) and that it was, therefore, a 'doubtful exercise' to have advertised the chair.