Can you imagine Blair, or even Obama, saying something quite so indigestible (as distinct, of course, from unpalatable)?
Perry told Clinton that while all the options were unpalatable, failure to pick one would be disastrous.
That, too, is unpalatable to Germans and most other Europeans.
A split would be an unpalatable spectacle, especially with eight kids involved.
Romney has been caught between two unpalatable alternatives.
The people of England knew well enough that sobriety was good for them, and Cromwell gave it in an unpalatable form.
As they dry quickly they must be carefully wrapped or they will be unpalatable.
You have spoken much truth, Mr. Everhard, unpalatable though it has been.
This however was too unpalatable for his ambition to swallow.
They admitted it, believed it, but it was unpalatable to them, and therefore they put it away from their thoughts.