unedifying

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adjective un·ed·i·fy·ing \ˌən-ˈe-də-ˌfī-iŋ\

Definition of unedifying

  1. :  not morally uplifting or instructive :  not edifying … had imagined a possibility of framing an interesting, and perhaps not an unedifying, tale out of the incidents of the life of a doomed individual … — Sir Walter Scott It is possible to write an edifying biography about an unedifying life. — Barbara Grizzuti Harrison

unedifyingly

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First Known Use of unedifying

1641


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