unliterary

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adjective un·lit·er·ary \ˌən-ˈli-tə-ˌrer-ē\

Definition of unliterary

  1. :  not literary D. H. Lawrence died in March 1930, when I was just 13 years old and too unliterary to notice. — Anthony Burgess Mr. Singer was a modest man with an unassuming and unliterary style of life: he liked to wear plain business suits and he preferred dairy restaurants to writers' bars. — Eric Pace

1820

First Known Use of unliterary

1820


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