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  • If you took special effort you might feel something unpleasant but not much.
  • Women are not affected by this power, and in fact find her rather unpleasant.
  • It may even refer to positive evidence about something of an unpleasant nature.
  • If he failed a task, he was forced to perform something extra and even more unpleasant.
  • That sometimes made the set a very unpleasant place to be.
  • He seems to get most of the unpleasant jobs, and works through the night.
  • After this unpleasant operation, Force H settled down to its more normal operations.
  • Steel production at this time involved long working hours, in unpleasant conditions that offered little or no safety protection.
  • It is not something initially unpleasant until it has been discussed to the point of being so.
  • The worst use the unpleasant forms of influence at the lower end.
  • Storm's experience was unpleasant but was about to get far worse.
  • Critics were generally kind to the production, but its unpleasant nature meant it earned little at the box office.
  • This brings us very close to some unpleasant facts of ancient life.
  • In the middle of the screen would appear a word that is either pleasant or unpleasant.
  • His time at St Peter's was an unpleasant experience for him.
  • However, he rarely showed this, unpleasant, side of himself to the public.
  • They will volunteer for unpleasant tasks if that will bring them the care and support they need.
  • The whole process often results in unpleasant behavior from the two who were eliminated.
  • The Earl asked him if he knew who he was which this led to an unpleasant exchange of words.
  • Otherwise I would have had unpleasant feelings towards them for ever.
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Meaning of unpleasant

  • adjective Disagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings
    an unpleasant personality, unpleasant repercussions, unpleasant odors