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
Much of his career was spent working for unsavory foreign leaders, most recently the Vladimir Putin client and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, deposed in a popular 2014 revolt.
All this horse trading is a familiar, if unsavory, component of threading major legislation through Congress.
Moving either of them, even for a player with a somewhat unsavory contract at a different position, could help balance the roster.
Unsympathetic plaintiffs serve a salutary purpose in the law, reminding politicians and the public that principles must govern even in unsavory circumstances.
Women have long complained of unsavory conduct on LinkedIn, but in the California state court complaint (filed by the law firm of celebrity lawyer Mark Geragos), Doe argues that an employer is responsible for employee behavior on the platform.
This, of course, is not the first time Trump has been reported to have made apparently unsavory requests of Coats and other top officials (up to and including, most notably, Comey).
As Lynch’s real-life son Riley Lynch plays onstage with the band Trouble, Jane Levy’s Elizabeth and Grace Victoria Cox’s Charlotte have a very unsavory run-in with an assault-happy character played by Eamon Farren.
Then a deposition unsealed in 2015 in a lawsuit brought by Constand revealed an unsavory private life marked by a long history of extramarital liaisons with young women.
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UNSAVORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unsavory for English Language Learners
: unpleasant or offensive
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