unpicturesque

adjective
un·​pic·​tur·​esque | \ˌən-ˌpik-chə-ˈresk \

Definition of unpicturesque 

: not charming or quaint in appearance : not picturesque His looks were starched, but his white neckerchief was not, and its long limp ends straggled over his closely-buttoned waistcoat in a very uncouth and unpicturesque fashion.— Charles Dickens

First Known Use of unpicturesque

1775, in the meaning defined above

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