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  • adj. Not nice; unpleasant.


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un- +‎ nice


  • I have said this before, and say it again: I never ever am capable of watching her--even for a minute--without yelling in Arabic unnice words at the TV.

    Sunday, December 31, 2006

  • A man writes by the light that the Lord has given him: and the Comment Man says "unnice" and "unsweet," because he likes the sense and sound of the words.

    Idle Comments

  • I, too, bear no personal grudge against the 'unnice', but I do maintain that they should presume to no higher than their Proper Place in Society.


  • I bear no personal grudge against the so-called 'unnice' but why should a premium be put upon the lack of superficial qualities any more than the existence of those qualities?


  • Again the unnice party is being its pethetic self and not helping the country in any way.

    DeMint: Obama 'distracted' from protecting the country

  • Was that before or after his unnice San Francisco remarks and his flushing his pastor down the drain.

    Schneider: Gender politics take a backseat

  • He became very unnice to me when I would run into hin in those days although he now denies it.

    Wednesday, November 19, 2008

  • The drier middle is livened with the killing of Lucy's vampiric self though the Freudians have some very unnice things to say about that scene.

    Mary Shelley and Frankenstein

  • It's quite unnice to say, but we both actually quite prefer 's father's family to her mother's.

    phluid61 Diary Entry

  • Could the nice little old woman have some unnice secret she wasn't telling that would make mischief for her guest?

    The Color of Her Panties


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