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 DACA program is unpopular with many conservatives.
The new owners struck an early positive note with the news this week that club president David Samson, an unpopular Loria henchman, would not be retained when the agreed-upon sale becomes final.
Trump remains a historically unpopular president, with approval ratings in the mid-30s.
That strategy sufficed for Trump to win last year, barely, over a highly unpopular Democrat, Hillary Clinton.
The highly unpopular treaty required China to cede control of even more territory, including in Shandong and Manchuria.
With her unpopular dinner blessings, Grandma Mary had committed her own quiet act of environmental terrorism.
Both bills were wildly unpopular—only 17% approved of the second.
And that was before the G.O.P. finally outlined its own plan, which has turned out to be massively unpopular.
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First Known Use of unpopular
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
Definition of unpopular for Students
- an unpopular rule
- an unpopular teacher
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