unenjoyable

unenjoyable

(ˌʌnɪnˈdʒɔɪəbəl)
adj
not providing enjoyment; not pleasurable
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Nice to see the Beeb are stealing the tricks that ITV employs to make film-watching on TV so thoroughly unenjoyable.
The last time the Birmingham City player encountered another Australian was a mere five days ago when, at the Riverside, he endured a thoroughly unenjoyable engagement with Mark Schwarzer.
"Speaking to a couple of players about the last time, they said it was a wholly unenjoyable experience.
Not that this little South Wales sojourn was entirely unenjoyable, of course.
CHRISTMAS EVE, 1914 I rode about in the morning but the mud and slosh made it most unenjoyable. We set off for the trenches at 6.30pm, a little sad spending Xmas Day in them.
"Alex Pennie, who's been in The Automatic since 2003, has left due to finding the last year increasingly unenjoyable and growing apart from the rest of the band" read the statement posted on their website.
The Cardiff band said he had found the last year increasingly unenjoyable. The three other members plan to begin recording their second album soon in the US.
In keeping with Labrax's syntax, one can report that "The Storm" is not unenjoyable, and that its star after 10 years departs the Globe a one-man whirlwind of deadpan.
For 40 hugely unenjoyable minutes a 0-0 draw seemed the most likely result as both sides stuck to the maxim 'If we don't concede, we can't lose'.
But while Merseyside may have dominated the domestic scene, their local set-tos were generally brutal, ugly, unenjoyable affairs.
Featuring the talents of Riley, Mark Jardine, Sooty and not forgetting local DJ Kevin Johns, who yet again played an excellent dame and brought great humour to the stage, this was an unusual but not unenjoyable production.
But there are better ways to lose weight than going on a strict, unenjoyable diet.