Definition of unsavory in English:

unsavory

Syllabification: un·sa·vor·y
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsāv(ə)rē
 
/
(British unsavoury)

adjective

Derivatives

unsavorily

adverb
More example sentences
  • At Urge there is a small back room, which really juts out halfway across the car park at the back, and the toilets rather unsavourily double up as private hook up spaces.
  • Jesse snorted unsavourily and grabbed herself a tray as she finally reached the counters, ‘That's because nothing interesting enough happened for it to progress to the level of ‘good’.
  • The quay-side was unsavourily ornamented with glittering fish-scales.

unsavoriness

noun
More example sentences
  • The council letter said the market had ‘an air of unsavouriness and seediness’.
  • That just adds a whole new level of unsavoriness to the proceedings.
  • Of course, this unsavoriness is not simply an American affair.

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