Examples of unflattering in a Sentence
She was wearing the most unflattering outfit.
Recent Examples of unflattering from the Web
Reputation Fixers Last year, Welter sought to change her unflattering history.
But then Harden hit a wall of his own, as his Rockets fell to the San Antonio Spurs in six games in the second round during his unflattering finish.
For example, the website often uses unflattering pictures to illustrate its stories about U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston.
While some consider Savannah a hero, other Mormons are upset that it was videotaped and is being circulated by church critics to try and paint the church in an unflattering light.
Pushback against such advances has, in some instances, prompted men to download women's photos, create fake profiles based on the woman's identity and post unflattering, even pornographic, content, Tewari says.
The tighter the circle of officials involved in writing the bill, the fewer opportunities there are for potential complaints, misgivings or unflattering details to go public.
Doocy appeared to reference a post on conservative blog Gateway Pundit that included a tally of unflattering news reports based on anonymous sources.
There’s also an unflattering mention of Donald Trump and what appears to be a trip to the West Coast.
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First Known Use of unflattering
UNFLATTERING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unflattering for English Language Learners
: making someone or something look or seem worse or less attractive : not flattering
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