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- adj. Not stylish; unfashionable.
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- adj. not in accord with or not following current fashion
- adj. lacking in style or elegance
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The man in my last long-term relationship dressed really understated, expensive and stylishly unstylish.
I was incredibly healthy, quite happy with life, so the only women I could hook up with were the odd, the unstylish, the ones who almost never used makeup and went walking around bra-less in tight t-shirts, so it wasn't so bad.
But all things pass and now I am a hopelessly unstylish chubby mess, back where I began.
She moved her hand to her bodice and began to unbutton her fabulously unstylish Mary Astor-style dress.
An unstylish, unattractive or socially inept person; especially one slavishly devoted to intellectual or academic pursuits.
The only thing the first-person perspective does in this case is accentuate how totally bland and unstylish the character sounds.
When one pictures a salty French fisherman bracing himself against sea spray and wind in a burly wool sweater, a modern-day slicker suddenly seems inauthentic, unstylish, wimpy and over-prepared.
The Roundabout Theatre Company's 2008 Broadway revival was dismayingly unstylish, so it's a pleasure to report that Shakespeare
"Generally, the cuff is standard on more unstylish fits," he says.
Of course, when we grew older, we stopped obeying these directives and, each in our own way, challenged her views of appropriate dress: Katherine by becoming aggressively unstylish and even unkempt; Hannah by turning herself into a bombshell; and I by following every fashion trend, flattering or not, and then moving to New York and wearing nothing but black.
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