uncomeliness

uncomeliness

(ʌnˈkʌmlɪnəs)
n
literary the quality or condition of being uncomely
References in classic literature ?
It made him shudder when he thought of her uncomeliness, the bedraggled hair and the dirty hands, the brown dress she always wore, stained and ragged at the hem: he supposed she was hard up, they were all hard up, but she might at least be clean; and it was surely possible with a needle and thread to make her skirt tidy.
He had taken the sackcloth of her uncomeliness, had washed, dried, starched and ironed it, and returned it to her sheer embroidered lawn--the robe of Venus herself.
The gardens are hidden by high mud-walls, and the paradise is become a very sink of pollution and uncomeliness.