Examples of unpopular in a Sentence
I was unpopular in high school.
Her third album has been unpopular with fans.
Recent conflicts have made him unpopular among the staff.
Recent Examples of unpopular from the Web
The political blowup comes just three days before a visit by Trump, who is highly unpopular in Britain.
That vote did away with a mandate that was unpopular, but that meant insurers could make enough money on healthy people to afford covering the unhealthy ones.
Court-packing was unpopular with the public when proposed by Roosevelt, and there’s a reason that many constitutional scholars and political scientists continue to decry it to this day.
Another resident in the subdivision, who did not want to be named because his opinion is unpopular among his neighbors, said the smell was not so bad.
As Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight notes, even the popularity of anti-immigration policy among Republicans is a narrow one: To double-down on this a bit: the Trump Administration's policy of separating families at the border is very unpopular.
But though the reforms are unpopular with voters, investors view them as vital.
Just as Trump's tough talk is often directed toward his political base, U.S. allies have to answer to their own parliaments and publics, where Trump is highly unpopular.
While appearing to get much of the Republican party’s support in California, the Chicago native has also been endorsed by President Trump, which could ultimately be a drawback in a state where Trump is very unpopular.
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UNPOPULAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unpopular for English Language Learners
: not liked by many people : not popular
: not shared by most people
UNPOPULAR Defined for Kids
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