Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not loved.

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  • adjective Not beloved; unloved.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective unhappy in love; suffering from unrequited love

Etymologies

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un- +‎ beloved

Examples

  • Beginning with the more unbeloved of our national coastlines.

    For Those Of Us Without A Gated Hideaway

  • At the risk of dragging unbeloved Washington into thoughts on the legacy of Steve Jobs, let it also be noted that President Obama spent the better part of his hour-long news conference yesterday moaning about Washington's "failure" to bring his job-creation bill to life.

    Jobs and Jobs

  • Beginning with the more unbeloved of our national coastlines.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Meanwhile, in a house on Blackwood Grove, Stephanie, the babysitter so unbeloved of Samuel, heard noises coming from the wardrobe in her bedroom.

    The Gates

  • Meanwhile, in a house on Blackwood Grove, Stephanie, the babysitter so unbeloved of Samuel, heard noises coming from the wardrobe in her bedroom.

    The Gates

  • I think you will find that unlike that unlike our unbeloved PM there is a certain majority approving of my presence here, for which I am grateful.

    BROWN BOOED ON OBAMA BEACH...

  • Meanwhile, in a house on Blackwood Grove, Stephanie, the babysitter so unbeloved of Samuel, heard noises coming from the wardrobe in her bedroom.

    The Gates

  • The humans walked by looking touchy and unbeloved.

    Underworld

  • The humans walked by looking touchy and unbeloved.

    Underworld

  • Where else exists the pundit that can accuse the unbeloved W of building a cult of personality in the same column that he decries character assassination?

    "A land of slander and scare; the land of sly innuendo, the poison pen, the anonymous phone call and hustling, pushing, shoving..."

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