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  • adverb In an unstylish manner; unfashionably.


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  • His graying blond hair was unstylishly cut, on purpose.

    Excerpt: Little Green Men by Christopher Buckley

  • I mean, it does seem – going by the Times’ general line on feminism also – that they believe the whole ‘women’s oppression’ thing was only ever in women’s heads anyway, and feminism was all about getting silly women to understand that instead of going off into psychological tangents involving dressing unstylishly instead of wearing dresses.

    The new feminists: lipstick and pageants

  • a glimmer of red in them, eyes that gave out an ever-changing sparkle of sympathy and mischief and intelligence -- and a mass of soft dark hair, most unstylishly, most charmingly arranged, that caught some of the muffled light and softly glowed with a reddish tone.

    No. 13 Washington Square


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