Besides (to say truth) nakedness is uncomely
, as well in mind as body; and it addeth no small reverence, to men's manners and actions, if they be not altogether open.
Such tranquil stupidity, such supernatural gravity, such self- righteousness, and such ineffable self-complacency as were in the countenance and attitude of that gray-bodied, dark-winged, bald-headed, and preposterously uncomely
Hubbard tramped downstairs, followed by the assistant, who glanced back at Dorian with a look of shy wonder in his rough uncomely
So long estranged from what was lovely as Clifford had been, she rejoiced--rejoiced, though with a present sigh, and a secret purpose to shed tears in her own chamber that he had brighter objects now before his eyes than her aged and uncomely
Poole's square, flat figure, and uncomely
, dry, even coarse face, recurred so distinctly to my mind's eye, that I thought, "No; impossible!
For I trust my honest wife, Most honest if uncomely
to the eye, Hath not with foolish chatterings wearied you, As is the wont of women.
Everyone knows ugliness is in the eye of the beholder and, to a dog lover, there is no such thing as an uncomely
The Declaration finishes with an uncomely
statement: 'Only a fool does not change his/her mind.
Yes: there was to be, as Lord Henry had prophesied, a new Hedonism that was to recreate life, and to save it from that harsh, uncomely
puritanism that is having, in our own day its curious revival.
Nobody in this book is uncomely
, and hormones--as much as survival, desperation, and nightmares of the past--drive Eros and Kora inexorably together.
The result is Lubetkin's most powerful circular ramp since the Penguin Pool, adapted for humans." (62) Albert Angelo's microcosm of Clerkenwell neatly reflects post-war London with its passing of the old and the awkwardness of the new: a building inspired by a zoological enclosure, the "uncomely
" (63) flats near the Shakespeare's Head and the unappealing alternative in the stifling suburbs of Mitcham.