Summers and his economic team had an unenviable job, figuring out a way to jump-start the economy after the collapse of 2008.
For the last several years, Geithner has occupied perhaps the most unenviable position in Washington.
Bernanke is in the unenviable position of trying to run an organization where ideally, he wants consensus.
Her position is unenviable: she is saddled with a memorable debut TV role and then a memorable, failed marriage.
In the weeks that followed, Semenya made headlines around the world—under some of the most unenviable circumstances imaginable.
Like the Jesuits he enjoys a most unenviable reputation among Protestants.
The public rebuked the unenviable notoriety of "Coal Oil Johnny."
South Carolina has long had the unenviable distinction of being by far the darkest state in the Union.
Not for this, however, would I let him remain in his unenviable position.
Perhaps the boy had decided to elect him to this unenviable office.