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Correct spelling:
Destitute of the qualities that attract love; not amiable.


unlovely, unpicturesque.
not much for looks, plain-featured, homely, ordinary, hard on the eyes, deformed, uncomely, short on looks, not beautiful, unattractive, not much to look at.
low-down-and-dirty, low-down, lowdown.
displeasing, shapeless, unappealing, unattractive, unsightly, repugnant, hideous, abhorrent, not much to look at, Ill-looking, unbeautiful, disfigured, unaesthetic, Hard-featured, disagreeable, unpleasing, mis-shapen, grotesque, plain, ugly, bad-looking, unprepossessing, undesirable, repellent, homely, inelegant, odious, repulsive, unpleasant.
short on looks, not much for looks, hard on the eyes, plain-featured, not beautiful.
unpleasant, ugly, unpicturesque.
Examples of usage:
  1. Whatever is unlovely in singing, as in all else, is unnatural. – Resonance in Singing and Speaking by Thomas Fillebrown
  2. On either hand as she rode forward were low, squat, ugly shacks jammed tight together or with narrow passageways between their unlovely walls, these spaces more often than not cluttered and further disfigured by piles of rusty tins, old clothing and shoes and other discarded refuse. – Six Feet Four by Jackson Gregory
  3. The houses of the miners turn one face to this ugliness and it is only because they turn toward the mountains on another side that the people are preserved from the death of the spirit that comes to those who look forever on the unlovely. – Ethel Morton's Enterprise by Mabell S.C. Smith
  4. They passed out of the darkness, and into the darkness again, their frowning, unlovely faces, their ragged clothes and stooping gait, illuminated for an instant. – The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  5. Temptation and passion had alike fled these unlovely fields and grim employment. – A Protegee of Jack Hamlin's and Other Stories by Bret Harte