un|pleas|ant [ʌnˈplezənt] adj
1.) not pleasant or enjoyable
an unpleasant experience
an extremely unpleasant smell
an unpleasant surprise
2.) not kind or friendly
≠ ↑nice
He said some very unpleasant things.
a thoroughly unpleasant man
>unpleasantly adv

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