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“Disagreeable, that is, unless one looks to the future and sees something of a silver lining.”
“ Disagreeable, that is to say, as a sister and sister-in-law.”
“Disagreeable neighbor, excellent comrade - Extremely light-minded, and yet very affected - Indignantly naïve, nevertheless very blasé next »”
“Disagreeable memories of botched snow removal and mounds of uncollected of trash produced by the recent blizzard were banished to Bloomberg's rear-view mirror in a 45-minute address at a theater on Staten Island.”
“These usages are from pages 30 and 43 of The Dictionary of Disagreeable English, by Robert Hartwell Fiske.”
“How is it that you have found such an utterly different Robert Fiske in his Dictionary of Disagreeable English?”
“Disagreeable as it may be for some, this necessary step should not be held hostage by budget negotiations around spending and budget balancing.”
“Disagreeable people tend to be more suspicious and hostile towards others.”
““Disagreeable in every way, Your Highness,” Volger said.”
“And yes, scientists are extremely Thinking - or, if you prefer, they're extremely Disagreeable.”
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