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Definition of "unliterary" [unliterary]

  • Not associated with literature; especially, not associated with artistic literature (adjective)

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Use "unliterary" in a sentence
  • "Maybe when the scales are more evenly weighted (and I don't think that will be happening anytime soon) I could find my way to at least trying to understand Ms. Almagor's "unliterary" -- and seemingly reluctant championing of those books that her students love to read."
  • "The last line is especially telling: "Go ahead and call me a hopelessly unliterary child person: if this is what my children choose to read, I have to entertain the possibility that this is what they need to be reading.""
  • "His advice is ruthless, crass, unliterary, and amoral, but very little of it is incorrect, and I wouldn't mind having him on my side, even if I'd really hate to actually have lunch with the guy."
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