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  • adj. Not wonderful; unpleasant or sordid.


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un- +‎ wonderful


  • Which is pretty unwonderful considering "both positions could play key roles in the administration's policies on climate change, marine conservation and other environmental issues," and that

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  • As Reason. tv explained in "Earmarks: The Alien Menace," such projects may amount to a small portion of the federal budget, but they are the gateway drug (and not in a good way) to massive and unrestrained spending on all things unwise and unwonderful.

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  • The environment/atmosphere here has just become something ... well ... unwonderful (you all noticed that BB no longer claims to be a directory of wonderful things ', because it insults its most loyal viewers.

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  • Then you’ll get an earful about how unwonderful I really am.


  • I know I’m not torn up about my abortion, but then I’m an unnatural, unwonderful woman who never wants children.

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  • Baratunde's Posterous posted this unwonderful video produced by The National Organization for Marriage, describing it as "Fake People Tell Fake Stories About The Threat Of Gay Marriage."

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