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Definition of "unpleasingly" [unpleasingly]

  • In an unpleasing manner. (adverb)

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Use "unpleasingly" in a sentence
  • "If you've never seen "Arcadia," its absence may not be immediately apparent, but those who know the play well will likely find this earnest revival to be unpleasingly flat."
  • "He seems to suggests that it is unpleasingly vague in that it raises as many political questions as it answers, to say nothing of the policy questions."
  • "For the mention of Asa brought rather unpleasingly before him the stocky and decidedly not well-groomed figure of his younger brother, whom he had not seen in so many years."