Examples of disagreeable in a Sentence
The medicine had a disagreeable taste.
the disagreeable odor of the garbage
I've never known her to be so disagreeable.
Recent Examples of disagreeable from the Web
There is no need to crow about this, to brandish and proclaim other people’s mistakes to prop up our sense of self-worth—that would be priggish and disagreeable.
Two years later, in 1944, rumors began surfacing of Black's disagreeable behavior and drunken temperament, and Mack began exploring his options.
All the world’s a stage of hammy acting, disagreeable bosses and goofy pranks.
This would not be disagreeable to the kaiser, who wishes for a restoration of the aristocracy almost as much as his delusional wife (Janet McTeer) does.
This was just as well, since his madness grew more pronounced and manifested itself in disagreeable episodes such as his refusal to wash or change his clothes for several months in 1405.
The weather was disagreeable — wet and in the low 50s — cold, by my terms, for August.
This hilarious Rossini opera is the one in which Figaro’s here, Figaro’s there, and Figaro helps Count Almaviva to abduct Rosina from her disagreeable elderly guardian, Doctor Bartolo.
Judy Greer, Michael Cera and Gillian Jacobs endure his disagreeable behavior.
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First Known Use of disagreeable
DISAGREEABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disagreeable for English Language Learners
: not pleasing : unpleasant or offensive
of a person : difficult to deal with : easily angered or annoyed
DISAGREEABLE Defined for Kids
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