Lacking general approval or acceptance.(adjective)
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Use "unpopular" in a sentence
"He said he hoped to work with Fife council leader Peter Grant and hoped he would agree to stop what he called the unpopular care home charges."
"Generally, any analysis of possible GOP courses of action that does not start with the observation that the GOP has become ridiculously unpopular is in serious danger of reaching erroneous conclusions."
"Fans could pack tiny, dingy venues on the edge of various downtowns, and the young people who sustain unpopular popular music could afford the modest cover charges and the watered-down alcoholic beverages."