unrelished

unrelished

(ʌnˈrɛlɪʃt)
adj
not relished or enjoyed
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References in classic literature ?
As he glanced timidly up, and met the Jew's searching look, he felt that his pale face and trembling limbs were neither unnoticed nor unrelished by that wary old gentleman.
As to add to already hazy concept of corruption, the term 'corrupt behaviour' is used both for unrelished acts in public sphere and those pertaining to unethical aspects.
The doubt truly central to the life of faith is occasioned by the ugliness and sickening sense of betrayal that issues from the sight of unmerited sorrow, unearned cruelty, unrelished decay.