Definition of unpopular in English:

unpopular

Line breaks: un|popu¦lar
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈpɒpjʊlə
 
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adjective

Not liked or popular: unpopular measures Luke was unpopular with most of the teachers
More example sentences
  • Iraq is deeply unpopular with the French electorate as a whole.
  • Pressing ahead with another referendum would be deeply unpopular with the electorate.
  • Yet the move is deeply unpopular in some quarters.
Synonyms
disliked, friendless, unliked, unloved, unbefriended, uncherished, hated, detested, despised, loathed; unwanted, unwelcome, avoided, ignored, rejected, shunned, spurned, unsought after, out in the cold, cold-shouldered, out of favour, not in the swim, in bad odour; Britishsent to Coventry

Derivatives

unpopularity

Pronunciation: /-ˈlarɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • Because they know what follows failure: humiliation and unpopularity.
  • Under his leadership, the Tory Party sank to unfathomed levels of unpopularity and contempt.
  • Huge success is clearly no bar to unpopularity with Robbie Williams making the hall of shame, despite being one of Britain's biggest stars.

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