Amelia frowned at the unhandsome march her sister had stolen upon her.
But it would be unhandsome to expose them to the scoffs of the public.'
Not even for the sake of policy did she love to do an unhandsome thing—still less to be found out in doing one.
He is only coward in this, that he dares not do an unhandsome action.
Ramm was furious, and abused Le Gros in French, saying that it was unhandsome of him, &c.
How evident is "the trail of the serpent" over features not unhandsome!
He was widely travelled, had an independent fortune, and was far from unhandsome.
Change is apt to present itself first in its unhandsome aspect.
Worn and unhandsome as he had become, it was plain that she did not discern the least fault in his appearance.
Only do not take an unhandsome advantage of me: it pains me when I am obliged to bargain.