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unpleasant
Definition:
Failing to give pleasure; disagreeable.

Synonyms:

adjective
abrasive
galling, spiky, spikiest, spikier, hard to take.
all
unpleasant.
awful
alarming, appalling, awful, dire, dreadful, frightful, ghastly, horrendous, horrible, horrid, terrible, hideous, repulsive, grody.
bad
abhorrent, arrant, bad, baneful, black, defective, detrimental, disagreeable, displeasing, distasteful, faulty, fierce, gloomy, gross, icky, inadequate, inadvisable, inferior, invalid, irremediable, lousy, nasty, objectionable, obnoxious, poisonous, poor, repulsive, rotten, sour, troubled, troublesome, troubling, unacceptable, unattractive, uncool, undesirable, unfavorable, unhappy, unlikable, unlovely, unpalatable, unsatisfactory, unsound, vile, wretched, wrong, yucky, Irksome, ill-suited, bad news, grody, hard-time, bad scene.
bad-tempered
ill-natured.
comfortless
uncomforting.
disagreeable
disgusting, distasteful, nasty, objectionable, obnoxious, unpalatable, whiny, whiniest, whinier, bothersome, disagreeable, dragger, offensive, pettish, repulsive, unlikable, painer.
disappointing
unsatisfying, unfulfilling, falling short.
disobliging
unaccommodating, unhelpful, Unamiable, ill-disposed.
evil
heinous, unpropitious, maleficent, no good.
hard
stern, unsparing, harder, hardboiled, coldblooded, hard as nails.
mean
snide, lowdown and dirty, liverish, toucher, low-down and dirty, low-down dirty, the lowest.
murderous
feller, murderous, Sapping, sanguinary, sanguineous, slaughterous.
objectionable
exceptionable.
offensive
unsavory, frightful.
painful
aching, acute, aggravating, agonizing, annoying, arduous, biting, bitter, bothersome, burdensome, chafing, cruel, crushing, cutting, distressful, excruciating, grievous, grueling, harrowing, horrendous, hurtful, inflaming, insufferable, irritating, miserable, offensive, oppressive, painful, piercing, severe, smarting, sore, stabbing, stinging, throbbing, troublesome, trying, unbearable, uncomfortable, withering, woeful, wrenching, Besetting, Gnawing, Irksome, tormenting, Cramping, anguishing, disagreeable, nagging, odious, Torturing., extremely bad, torturing.
pejorative
irreverent, uncomplimentary, Detractory.
rough
bearish, untutored.
seamy
seamy.
severe
effortful, severe.
sour
sourish, with a kick, acetose, curdled, vinegary.
ugly
abhorrent, disagreeable, disfigured, displeasing, grotesque, hideous, homely, inelegant, odious, plain, repellent, repugnant, repulsive, shapeless, ugly, unaesthetic, unappealing, unattractive, undesirable, unlovely, unpleasing, unsightly, Ill-looking.
unacceptable
not up to snuff, won't do.
unappetizing
savorless, stinky, stinkiest.
unappreciated
thankless.
uncongenial
asocial, ungregarious.
unwelcome
unwelcome, undesired, unwished-for, excess baggage, left out in cold, not in the picture.
unwished-for
unwished for.
vexatious
plaguy.
wicked
wicked.
adverb
offensive
beastly.
noun
unfriendly
aloof, antagonistic, churlish, cold, distant, hostile, icy, stony, unfriendly.
unpleasant
acerb, acerbic, acid, acrid, afflictive, awful, beastly, bitter, blistering, caustic, dour, dreadful, embarrassing, forbidding, god-awful, grim, harsh, hellish, hot, mortifying, nasty, objectionable, obnoxious, offensive, painful, rebarbative, repellant, repellent, rough, sharp, sharp-worded, sore, sulfurous, sulphurous, tart, ungrateful, unhappy, unlovely, venomous, virulent, vitriolic.
unwelcome
inhospitableness, ungraciousness, unwelcomeness.
Examples of usage:
  1. Perhaps if this unpleasant tangle hadn't arrived he might have taken himself out of Patsey Moore's life without quite knowing what his had missed- until it was too late. – The Lightning Conductor Discovers America by C. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson
  2. That sounds unpleasant, but it probably isn't altogether true.... – Berenice by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  3. For we have walked in unpleasant places. – Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity by Kirsopp Lake
  4. " Very unpleasant," Mr. Rattar agreed. – Simon by J. Storer Clouston
  5. It would be just as unpleasant for them as it would be for us, more so in fact. – The Red Hand of Ulster by George A. Birmingham

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