Examples of unflattering in a Sentence
She was wearing the most unflattering outfit.
Recent Examples of unflattering from the Web
Suddenly, your fun was riddled with disaster, and your personal spotlight switched to the most unflattering halogen bulb, exposing every blemish and imperfection.
With a police investigation at least ostensibly ongoing, Hearns has little to gain by providing an account that could prove unflattering or be contradicted in court.
The constant pressure to perfect your feed: 64 percent of women in our survey admit to monitoring their accounts and taking action when a snarky comment appears on a post or an unflattering photo is shared.
The New York Times and Washington Post publish unflattering exposes of the administration on a near-nightly basis — occasionally, stumbling upon malfeasance that eluded the gaze of entire intelligence agencies.
Alabama's junior receiver said he's heard more of the unflattering assessments of the program's perception.
Runners and other fitness junkies don't have to pull on the universally unflattering exercise tights until February—thank goodness.
The emails shine an unflattering spotlight on one of Texas’ brightest political stars: Jones, a former prosecutor and one-time state lawmaker, is the founder of Hillco Partners, one of Austin’s most influential lobbying firms.
Reputation Fixers Last year, Welter sought to change her unflattering history.
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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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