desagradable, grosero, antipático, repugnante, no educado
Adjective(1) offensive or disagreeable; causing discomfort or unhappiness
(1) Sometimes they are just unpleasant or they do have very different fundamental beliefs about the world.(2) Mmm, there are some truly unpleasant smells lurking around the London Underground network.(3) I have no great desire to do it either because it is a very unpleasant business.(4) In 1559 Elizabeth I complained that the holy oil was greasy and smelled unpleasant .(5) When you have to deal with unpleasant people on the phone it gives a sour taste to the day.(6) There are unpleasant people out there who like to spoil it for everyone else.(7) So he was an unpleasant Conservative who wasn't afraid of making money out of the suffering and death of others.(8) More distressingly the chemotherapy made her give off a particularly unpleasant odour.(9) He's a snob, a social climber and a misogynist, really a very unpleasant man.(10) It is a miracle that these dirty and unpleasant Chinese chain restaurants survive.(11) The gardener had had to spray gasoline on them to facilitate combustion, and the smell was unpleasant .(12) You are foul, surly, nasty, unhelpful, unpleasant and clearly you have a lot of issues.(13) The man is not unpleasant but when he speaks, his words cut deep into her and she sees him as suddenly ugly.(14) However, even the most unpleasant people in the world don't deserve what she got.(15) More than just unpleasant , the obnoxious smell was stifling and suffocating.(16) All I can say about it is nice people are easy to deal with and unpleasant people are much more difficult to cope with.
(1) unpleasant smell :: olor desagradable
(2) very unpleasant :: muy desagradable
1. disagreeable ::
2. irksome ::
3. troublesome ::
4. annoying ::
5. irritating ::
6. vexatious ::
9. nasty ::
10. horrible ::
11. terrible ::
12. awful ::
13. dreadful ::
14. hateful ::
15. miserable ::
16. invidious ::
17. objectionable ::
18. offensive ::
19. obnoxious ::
20. repugnant ::
21. repulsive ::
22. repellent ::
23. revolting ::
24. disgusting ::
25. distasteful ::
26. nauseating ::
27. unsavory ::
1. agreeable ::
2. congenial ::
3. good ::
4. grateful ::
5. nice ::
6. palatable ::
7. pleasant ::
8. pleasing ::
9. pleasurable ::
10. welcome ::
unpleasant, unpleasantly, unpleasantness
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as he is UNPLEASANT
towards those who don't.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
more UNPLEASANT cargo in your time.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
I'm guessing the lady and I can tell more
UNPLEASANT stories than your lordship.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 9
This doesn't have to be an UNPLEASANT trip.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 5
remains every bit as necessary to them
as it is UNPLEASANT for us.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
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