uncharming

adjective
un·charm·ing | \ ˌən-ˈchär-miŋ \

Definition of uncharming 

: lacking charm an uncharming manner/style/person

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uncharmingly adverb

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With some seven million volumes and 8,000 manuscripts housed in a modernist 1970s-era building in the decidedly uncharming environs of the Termini rail station, this is clearly a place for serious scholars, not dreamy bookish tourists. David Laskin, New York Times, "The Hidden Treasures in Italian Libraries," 13 June 2017

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First Known Use of uncharming

1687, in the meaning defined above

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