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- adj. Not edifying.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not edifying; not improving to the mind.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not edifying
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It's not fair! isn't only unedifying, it's pitiful.
The second half, largely spent wellying the ball aimlessly into Wigan territory, was unedifying stuff, in which only Dzeko, Agüero and Milner offered any attacking invention at all and only Hart's fine save from McCarthy – City's magnificent keeper is being presented with the man-of-the-match bubbly as I type – stopped Wigan equalising.
Due to factors ranging from the unedifying squabble over the federal debt ceiling to Standard & Poor's August downgrade of the U.S. credit rating, the dollar hasn't been looking pretty either.
In the Middle East itself, the revolutionary experience of the mid-20th century has been equally unedifying, to say the least.
• The U.S. budget deficit: The unedifying and sometimes irrational political wrangling over our own budget deficit is more worrisome.
Political soap operas are entertaining and unedifying in equal measure.
Last week's unedifying "meowing" debate in Canberra demonstrated how easily Ms. Gillard can be distracted from promoting her government's legislative program.
Its public debate about the lessons from the crash has turned into an unedifying shouting match between liberal blame and conservative denial.
The unedifying spectacle we were invited to witness on Saturday evening was nothing less than a live sacking.
The unedifying spectacle we were invited to witness on Saturday evening was nothing less than a live sacking