unbeloved


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unbeloved

(ˌʌnbɪˈlʌvɪd; ˌʌnbɪˈlʌvd)
adj
not loved; unhappy in love
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Adj.1.unbeloved - unhappy in loveunbeloved - unhappy in love; suffering from unrequited love
unloved - not loved
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Brought back to the house on May 3"'--sandwiched between Thursday's Siegfried and Saturday's Gotterdammerung--this classic production offers a soft-spoken but trenchant rebuke to the high-tech follies of Robert Lepage's very unbeloved Ring.
Since space will not permit the use of the hundreds of tributes that have continued to pour in, it might, perhaps, be fitting to conclude with the testimony of members of his immediate family to show that Ladigbolu is not a hypocrite who is beloved outside but unbeloved at home.
Endless waves of monetary and fiscal stimulus seem mostly to have exaggerated the world's aggregate debt load, whereas the necessary switch from demand-sided to supply-sided remedies (a much harder task unbeloved of both governments and populations) receives lip-service by comparison.
Our beloved dead--and our unbeloved dead--are there too.
Dukkha, as set forth in the First Noble Truth, translates roughly as the "suffering" or "dissatisfaction" which traps us in the samsaric cycle of rebirth and prevents us from attaining nirvana: "Birth is dukkha, aging is dukkha, death is dukkha; sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief, & despair are dukkha; association with the unbeloved is dukkha; separation from the loved is dukkha; not getting what is wanted is dukkha" ("Dukkha").
To Adrian, however, his mother exists in memory as someone he 'adored' and who, despite her faults, 'never made him feel unbeloved'.