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Definition of "unpicturesque" []

  • Not picturesque; unattractive. (adjective)

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Use "unpicturesque" in a sentence
  • "The exterior of Sherborne Church has been called unpicturesque, owing to its low central tower and insignificant pinnacles."
  • "His candor in depicting how unpicturesque but absorbing much of the world is — if only our hearts would admit what our eyes tell us — elevates him above all other 19th-century landscape photographers in some minds."
  • "The unpicturesque malice and boredom of the middle-class English countryside are cheerfully recounted in this broad Day-Glo comedy with brutal moments of violence; Stephen Frears directs from a screenplay by Moira Buffini, based on the Posy Simmonds comic-book series."
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