from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not appetizing in appearance, aroma, or taste.
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- adj. Not appetizing
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not appetizing in appearance, aroma, or taste
Her husband - there's this footage of him ordering a woman in the wrestling ring to bark like a dog, lots of other stunts like that that are kind of unappetizing from the point of view of, you know, promoting a positive and strong image of women.
For these tomatoes, however, a whole quarter cup left the tomatoes dripping in unappetizing oil.
More ambitious restaurants, like the ones in this photo collection, can turn "unappetizing" into an entire promotion.
That picture looked kind of unappetizing until I saw the mouseover.
And many Dems find that pretty unappetizing which is natural because McCain is a warmongering Bush clone.
A kind of unappetizing dirty socks and locker room humor and false and ostentatious masculinity were vaunted.
Tiny portions, thoroughly (throw-ugly?) unappetizing, and overpriced to boot.
The resulting color of the blend was a bit unappetizing (a less-than-lovely shade of washed-out beige), and, well, it just seemed odd adding mashed pintos to my dessert.
I don't know why, but that sounds SO unappetizing.
The dried cod piled up in the markets at this time of year undergoes an almost magical culinary transformation from a rather unappetizing looking ingredient to an outstanding dish with an inspired combination of flavors.
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