unfond

unfond

(ˈʌnˌfɒnd)
adj
not fond
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The expedition packed up their tents and Roy bid an unfond farewell to the place he called Viper Camp.
Many people born in the 1950s and 1960s have unfond memories of their father growing grumpier and more silent as the war was mentioned, or having one story, which seemed to mask other more dangerous stories, told over and over, until it came to resemble a bad alibi.
POSH Spice, a girl so unfond of the limelight, has filmed her new video while doing some housework.
But more curious than what the Professor has to say about Sorrentino is what he does with Clarence Major, a writer who has nothing whatsoever to do with Sorrentino's aesthetics but gets wrapped into the same chapter; the only thing that seems to unite them here is that they both grew rather unfond of the Professor: Major is another example of a writer not being properly appreciative of what the Professor did for him.
Goizueta's re-education occasionally was viewed as the "Spanish Inquisition," a term he acknowledges with unfond memory.