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- adj. Pertaining to someone or something not loved.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not loved.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not loved
Some more often than others, and unloved is debatable.
he tours what he calls "unloved Britain", stopping off at our most miserable towns, gasping at our most hideous architecture, shivering in our worst-reviewed hotels and forcing down our most disgusting delicacies.
The first two groups are undervalued, underowned and unloved, which is reassuring.
WHITFIELD: Plus, the so-called unloved soldiers, appreciation for how Americans treat their warriors.
FREDRICKA WHITFIELD, CNN ANCHOR: Plus, the so-called unloved soldiers, appreciation for how Americans treat their warriors.
WHITFIELD: The tale of the so-called unloved soldier.
It was all her stupidity! 'he thought, recalling his unloved wife, and he rolled over into his old place at the front part of the sledge.
And I think, in the reporting we've done today, you know, you have to ask the question of people, was this in reaction to the fact that Hillary Clinton was not on the ticket along with Barack Obama and that there was a sense in the McCain campaign that they really had an opening with Independent women voters, who were feeling kind of unloved by the Obama campaign?
For instance, in Genesis 29, Jacob is said to prefer Rachel to Leah, who is termed "unloved"; the verb for that is the same as the one being translated as "hate" in today's Gospel; but Jacob then went on to have seven children with Leah, while Rachel remained barren.
This makes Gerrold look like a superhero that saves an "unloved" child.
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