The clothes, particularly those shipped to the American market, became unfashionable, unattractive, and unwearable.
This unattractive isolationism will be boosted by the looming economic recession and the inevitable loss of jobs across America.
It just changed into something quite dark and unattractive with Clay, and was a unique moment in my artistic career.
Venus and Serena have been dismissed as unattractive, as ugly, as unfair competitors against innocent white girls.
They usually find whining to be an unattractive quality best left to toddlers and MSNBC hosts.
As a young man I found the writings of Emerson unattractive, and not seldom unintelligible.
unattractive as are the names of the two last, the fish themselves are excellent.
She thought this apparel oddly ugly, though the faces were not unattractive.
But if Stott was unattractive to women, women were even more unattractive to Stott.
The rocks in Wales and Northumberland and in Scotland are dark and cold and unattractive.
late 14c., "absorptive," from Middle French attractif (14c.), from attract-, past participle stem of attrahere (see attract). Meaning "having the quality of drawing people's eye or interest" is from 1580s; sense of "pleasing, alluring" is from c.1600. Related: Attractively; attractiveness.