“Yes, I am sorry you have seen your grandfather in so unamiable a light,” replied this extraordinary man.
The unamiable glance of his eyes was on the instant surcharged with suspicion.
David found that life with his father now was life with an unamiable hornet.
Now in this cave dwelt a dragon of enormous size and unamiable character.
This was an ill-looking fellow, with one eye damaged,—a most unamiable Dogberry.
It is not even its own reward, except for the self-centred and—I had almost said—the unamiable.
No one liked her much in the workroom—she was so sharp and so unamiable.
He was not sated, he was not cheerless, he was not unamiable.
Her eyes were keen, but humorous, her ample mouth was decidedly firm, but not unamiable.
On the present occasion I make bold to present myself in this unamiable capacity.