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uncompanionable Line breaks: un|com¦pan¦ion|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnkəmˈpanjənəb(ə)l/

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Definition of uncompanionable in English:

adjective

Not friendly and sociable: one patient’s husband was blind and very uncompanionable Flavia spent a not uncompanionable quarter hour with him
More example sentences
  • Never mind love, there are a lot of uncompanionable people around.
  • Nothing has ruined more trips than choosing uncompanionable companions to travel the wilderness with.
  • Gut Symmetries is flawed and uncompanionable, but there is something Milan Kundera-esque about it too.

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