Definition of 'unsightly'
Example sentences containing 'unsightly'
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And because of its design there is no unsightly bulge like a nasty knicker line. The Sun (2008)They are also considering introducing free bikini waxing for men to hide unsightly hair. The Sun (2009)Sound means you can listen to tunes without having to look at unsightly big boxes. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Looks unsightly but no serious damage caused. The Sun (2010)It can be a real nuisance and looks unsightly. The Sun (2010)Wearing a hat over freshly washed hair can leave an unsightly line. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The bit that covers my hips digs in too which causes an unsightly bulge to top it all off. The Sun (2014)The trees that you plant to hide an unsightly building may grow to become the most agreeable feature of your garden. The Education of a Gardener (1994)This can cause unsightly hair loss. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The warm and wet conditions are perfect for mould and as well as looking unsightly it can worsen breathing difficulties and asthma. The Sun (2012)Yet more are removing rubbish, refurbishing hotels and demolishing or concealing unsightly buildings. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It will also burn the wood if placed on a picnic table, leaving unsightly scars. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Remove unsightly hairs between brows and under the brow's outer edge. The Sun (2011)Although the lumps look unsightly, the sprout buttons are still perfectly edible. The Sun (2015)It's an easy way to remove unsightly lines in newly built properties. The Sun (2010)The hair should be taken from as near the scalp as possible and using the method detailed here there should be no unsightly hair loss. Miracle Micronutrients (1987)
Trends of 'unsightly'
Used Occasionally. unsightly is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'unsightly'
British English: unsightly ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as unsightly, you mean that it is unattractive to look at.
...an unsightly pile of rubbish right in front of the restaurant.
Definition of unsightly from the Collins English Dictionary
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