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Correct spelling:
disagreeable
Definition:
Not agreeable, conformable, or congruous; contrary; unsuitable.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
unsympathetic, disagreeable.
bad
troubled, troubling, unpleasant, gloomy, unhappy.
bad-tempered
ill-natured.
bad-tempered, irritable
contrary, difficult, grouchy, rude, whiny, querulous, waspish, obnoxious, surly, ugly, ill-natured, cantankerous, contentious, unfriendly, petulant, cross, uptight, peevish, snappy, unpleasant, unlikable, brusque, out of sorts, ungracious, nasty, offensive, disobliging, disputatious, Eristic, churlish, bellicose, pettish.
crotchety
cross-grained, curmudgeonly, waspy, Crossgrained.
disagreeable
distasteful, offensive, unpalatable, unpleasant, disgusting, repulsive, obnoxious, nasty, bothersome.
disappointing
unsatisfying, unfulfilling, falling short.
disgusting, offensive
awful, repulsive, repellent, drag, pain, uninviting, unhappy, distasteful, bad, sour, unsavory, displeasing, woeful, distressing, objectionable, unpalatable, repugnant, rotten, annoying, upsetting, bothersome.
disobliging
unaccommodating, unhelpful, ill-disposed, Unamiable.
hard
stern, harder, hardboiled, hard as nails, unsparing, coldblooded.
ill-tempered
crabbed.
inappropriate
untimely.
inedible
not fit to eat, uneatable, yukky, unpleasant-tasting.
mean
lowdown and dirty, low-down and dirty, toucher, the lowest, snide, low-down dirty, ornery, liverish, hardnosed.
objectionable
exceptionable, objectionable.
offensive
offensive, unsavory, horrid, frightful.
painful
bothersome, offensive, cutting, Besetting, hurtful, severe, extremely bad, grueling, irritating, excruciating, insufferable, tormenting, throbbing, woeful, bitter, cruel, miserable, annoying, painful, aggravating, piercing, withering, Irksome, inflaming, chafing, unpleasant, uncomfortable, horrendous, trying, stinging, Torturing., aching, Cramping, odious, unbearable, biting, smarting, burdensome, grievous, oppressive, troublesome, stabbing, crushing, torturing, wrenching, anguishing, distressful, nagging, sore, Gnawing, agonizing, arduous, harrowing, acute.
rancid
putrefactive, fusty, whiffy, frowzy, putrescent, evil-smelling, Olid, carious, feculent, Nidorous, curdled.
rank
strong-smelling, Graveolent.
seamy
seamy.
ugly
grotesque, unlovely, odious, repulsive, abhorrent, homely, plain, unpleasing, unpleasant, hideous, repugnant, repellent, undesirable, shapeless, ugly, unsightly, disfigured, Ill-looking, unaesthetic, inelegant, unappealing, displeasing, unattractive.
unacceptable
won't do, not up to snuff.
unappreciated
thankless.
uncongenial
ungregarious, asocial.
unsavory
no good.
untimely
too late, ill timed, too early, early on, Oversoon, ill-timed, illtimed, out of date, overearly, mistimed, a bit previous, badly timed, bright and early, anachronistic.
unwelcome
unwelcome, unwished-for, excess baggage, not in the picture, undesired, left out in cold.
unwished-for
unwished for.
vexatious
plaguy.
adverb
offensive
beastly.
noun
disagreeable
galling, uncongenial, nerve-racking, pestering, abrasive, incompatible, nerve-wracking, unsympathetic, unsweet, harsh, pesky, nettlesome, trying, pestiferous, plaguey, vexatious, annoying, vexing, plaguy, irritating, stressful, bothersome, teasing.
unwelcome
inhospitableness, ungraciousness, unwelcomeness.
verb
depressing
dismal.
disappointing
unsatisfactory.
Examples of usage:
  1. " And this," said he, " you know, young man, is more disagreeable for me to say, than to do." – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  2. " I don't intend that you should have anything disagreeable to do, if I can help it. – David Elginbrod by George MacDonald
  3. But then, as a rule, the things that happen in Mull are less strange than disagreeable. – Our Journey to the Hebrides by Joseph Pennell and Elizabeth Robins Pennell
  4. And do you know, Wrenn, when we ran the Sky- Bird in the hangar we saw yours in there and received quite a disagreeable surprise- I may say shock. – Around the World in Ten Days by Chelsea Curtis Fraser
  5. If we are to use his rooms, you must know what a magnificent character he is, and then should you hear any disagreeable gossip that can be traced to his wife, you will understand the situation. – Polly in New York by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
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