from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Disagreeable; unpleasant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Disagreeable.
- adj. Not agreeing or consistent; unsuitable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not agreeable.
- Not consistent; unsuitable.
"unagreeable," and very, very hard to go home and face my troubles.
And I also have a feeling I would find his ideas uninteresting or unagreeable.
Hurt is serviceable and is actually the best of the three, but his character is fairly uninteresting and unagreeable.
About this it is unfair to real victims to equate unagreeable male sex with real rape.
What is the line between “unagreeable” sex and rape, in your mind?
Can you respond to what you mean by unagreeable male sex?
But it was not to be avoided: he made her feel that she was the object of all; though she could not say that it was unpleasantly done, that there was indelicacy or ostentation in his manner; and sometimes, when he talked of William, he was really not unagreeable, and shewed even a warmth of heart which did him credit.
HE forgot Paul Riesling in an afternoon of not unagreeable details.
Every word that came out of her mouth he found to be most unagreeable, and he saw little hope of relief.
And though it was not difficult to discover that he was merely helping Marius in putting this presence upon the people, yet, considering that the present juncture much required his skill, and his good fortune too, they voted him the fourth time consul, and made Catulus Lutatius his colleague, a man very much esteemed by the nobility, and not unagreeable to the commons.