Examples of unlovely in a Sentence
Sunday night is often spoiled by the unlovely thought of having to go back to school or work the next morning.
an unlovely but efficient little machine
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Michaela itself is housed in an unlovely gray office block opposite a London Underground train station.
The particular atmosphere of unlovely Belleville is deftly conveyed … yet there is beauty here too.
Lupe's unlovely appearance and McKinnon's sassy attitude make the loyal goat the best character in the movie.
But the new Indian ambition still has a strident and unlovely side.
But every Documenta, since the first in 1955, has served as a manifesto about art’s current relevance and direction, and every one has taken place in Kassel, an unlovely town north of Frankfurt destroyed by Allied bombs in World War II.
The characters, all animals, have an unlovely, hard-plastic sheen.
The arena itself is an unlovely building, situated next to Victoria Station, near big department stores and the Arndale shopping center—
David Longstreth makes music in a former cabinet-builder’s workshop on the east side of Los Angeles, in an unlovely, industrial part of town.
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: not attractive
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