Definition of unappealing in English:

unappealing

Line breaks: un|appeal|ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈpiːlɪŋ
 
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adjective

Not inviting or attractive: the company faces some unappealing choices
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  • The sauce was tasty, as were the ingredients, save the ham, which had an unappealing flavour.
  • The choices of main courses were unappealing and didn't taste any better than they sounded.
  • He found many of the villages of the Moselle region dirty and unappealing, but the countryside often attractive.

Derivatives

unappealingly

adverb
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  • Meanwhile, adventurous styling elsewhere in the market began to make Volvos look unappealingly out of step and old-fashioned, in dire need of visual updating.
  • Part of the idea seems to be to present merchandise unappealingly.
  • I am not mathematically educated enough to critique his methods, but his public statements are unappealingly arrogant.

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