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- adj. Not delicious; disagreeable to the senses.
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A most undelicious assassin floating facedown in the fondue.
With the wretched waitress from Ino and the disappointment of eating when I wasn't even hungry and eating stale chips to boot, the punishment of having to explain to some csr that the problem is with the service and not with me I was simply exhausted but not tired as my tummy was full of undelicious food eaten for no logical reason.
In truth, the avowal of this wild girl; an avowal made indeed with the ardour -- but also breathing of the innocence, the inexperience -- of her character -- had opened to his fancy new and not undelicious prospects.
Will there be undelicious worms crawling around in my sweet potato tempura roll?
it is absolutely disgusting. it tastes like carbonated molasses. it is unhealthy, unappealing, and definitely undelicious. it seems to have no redeeming qualities whatsoever. the only good thing about it is that i didn't get horribly ill after drinking all .5 liters of the bottle.
Pointing to the exciting but undelicious Petroleum, he continues, We don’t ask if a dish is ‘good’ or ‘bad.’
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