Did you perhaps mean unsavory?
- adj. UK alternative spelling of unsavory..
- adj. not pleasing in odor or taste
- adj. morally offensive
“The other key fact demonstrated is that the Saudi royals have helped preserve their close link with the US by aiding successive administrations in unsavoury plots and plans.”
“What about the recent - Ashdown interjects the adjective "unsavoury" - goings-on at the Ministry of Defence?”
“Author Sibylle Lewitscharoff recalls the unsavoury cast of 68ers during her time in the”
“Frankly, "unsavoury" is the kindest thing I've ever thought about Backseat Blogger.”
“But are The Mail aware of his reported attendance at UKIP meetings in what I would call rather 'unsavoury' company at which one could draw the conclusion that he isn't a Tory at all, but just a bitter old man pissed off that he wasn't allowed to break UKIP rules?”
“They must eliminate unprofessional behaviour such as unsavoury and unacceptable teacher-pupil relationships, drunkenness, drug use, assault, and others.”
“They must eliminate unprofessional behaviour such as unsavoury and unacceptable teacher - pupil relationships, drunkenness, drug use, assault, and others.”
“She was responding to concerns raised in the media over intrusive and "unsavoury" questioning of candidates by the National”
“TRC, proposing that commissioners withdraw earlier "unsavoury" comments about the SADF in the interest of reconciliation.”
“Reconciliation Commission to withdraw earlier "unsavoury" comments about the old defence force, an SADF spokesman said on Tuesday.”
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