Definition of unlovable in English:

unlovable

Line breaks: un|lov¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈlʌvəb(ə)l
 
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(also unloveable)

adjective

Not lovable: a very unlovable child
More example sentences
  • As a rule, we divide our hearts into different compartments, for lovable, neutral and unlovable people.
  • Even relationships can be affected, because the person with SAD can become irritable, unloving and unlovable, says charity Mind.
  • I didn't want to make him a cliché or unloveable,’ Gowdy says.

Derivatives

unlovability

noun
More example sentences
  • The city then was reeling from a perception of unlive- and unloveability but was fighting back with a massive PR campaign.
  • And sentimentality plays its part; compared to the rote admissions of insecurity and unlovability by showbiz types, there is something rather touching about these pitch gladiators' self-awareness.
  • Schoon's book, by contrast, has a lot of grainy black-and-white photos to show the increasingly tatty state of the cities, and the unlovability of the out-of-town dwellings sold by members of the House-Builders' Federation.

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