Examples of unsavory in a Sentence
He is an unsavory character.
an unsavory blend of spices that simply overwhelmed the fish's delicate flavor
Recent Examples of unsavory from the Web
For better or worse, the bid will be won with jet-setting around the world to wine and dine some of world sport’s most unsavory characters.
Is all this advertising unsavory (at best) for users?
The design was a response to an unsavory remark by President Donald Trump.
Among British companies, ties to unsavory jurisdictions are many, lucrative, and generally unmolested by law enforcement.
The same Deadline release suggested that there's more to Bonnie than meets the eye, and Perry's death will drag up some unsavory memories for her.
Some of that information is in the hands of his business partners, many of whom are associated with Russia or are unsavory in some other way.
Agriculture’s unsavory side-effects also plague the Mississippi River Valley.
Gophers starter Reggie Lynch will miss out for more unsavory reasons.
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First Known Use of unsavory
chaste, immaculate, incorruptible, innocent, inoffensive, irreproachable, lily-white, perfect, pure, spotless, squeaky-clean, uncorrupted, unerring, unfallen, unobjectionable, venerable, white, wholesome;
UNSAVORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unsavory for English Language Learners
: unpleasant or offensive
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