unamiable

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adjective un·ami·a·ble \ˌən-ˈā-mē-ə-bəl\

Definition of unamiable

  1. :  not friendly or sociable :  not amiable an unamiable expression “Of course, she's a bit queer and unamiable, but, girls, think of thirty years of boarding-house life … Wouldn't that sour anybody?” — Lucy Maud Montgomery

Circa 1500

First Known Use of unamiable

circa 1500


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