Tending to disconcert or repel: "The trappings of upper-class life are off-putting and sterile” ( Elizabeth Hess). (adjective)
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Use "off-putting" in a sentence
"The $45 cost is off-putting to my grad-school budget (abundance of other products left behind by moving girlfriends is a second reason)."
"Your explanation: you find TP's declaration off-putting and everyone who does not see it that way is a tard."
"You could both see why it would be (by and large) taken as off-putting, yet disagree that it really is."