- unlovely + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Gorgona was but too real and that her unloveliness was a sore trial to the fine attunement of the poet's nerves.”
“And the story focuses on a Jewish family of startling unloveliness, all spikes and prickles and subterfuge with a helping of despotism and madness on the side.”
“Daniel Clowes has created a monster, but a monster who refreshes our empathy for humans in all their unloveliness.”
“How is it that from beautyI have derived a type of unloveliness?”
“People like Dennis the Menace, who naturally grate on us, who assault our sensibilities, really help to point out the loci of unloveliness in our own hearts.”
“How is it that from beauty I have derived a type of unloveliness?”
“The point is, to have a good larf with your lovely Liberal friends when they're indulging their inner unloveliness.”
“Listening to the general secretary annunciate his list, emphasizing its clarity and unloveliness, I thought of Wis awa Szymborska, in particular the opening of "The End and The Beginning":”
“Everything about him had that meagre fixity, that bare unloveliness.”
“Sin holds out all of unloveliness and undesirableness that can be in a creature.”
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