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Unsavoury in a sentence

1. He looked very unsavoury.
2. For standing before him, was a most unsavoury.
3. From what I’ve heard they were pretty unsavoury types.
4. At his feet was the unsavoury character that had tried to relieve.
5. Maniacs? Oh God! What kind of unsavoury characters was I living with? Was the.
6. Avoiding two unsavoury Kyboes with fierce eyes, the two boys hurried along, not.
7. They seemed very unsavoury characters but Metcalfe was fast running out of options.
8. A massacre on paper and the unsavoury ingredient of Yvonne Barns’ demise added vitriol to the horror.
9. First, the Captain had both Susannah and me undress compleatly, whilst he snicker’d o’er our Nakedness in most unsavoury Fashion.
10. Andrew Towhee, an unsavoury character, who had left Thailand some years ago, but they could find no trace of this other man anywhere.
11. The mist is kept at bay by huge dykes which surround the inner sanctum of unsanctity, keeping the unsavoury air relatively clear of fog.
12. I shall make sure that whichever I decide gets the maximum possible publicity, and that your own role in this unsavoury affair is left in no doubt.
13. He recalled when he had seen the Drongs for the first time in the forest as they advanced on the camp, and he thought then what an unsavoury bunch of urchins.
14. This specialisation had earned Hunterprint an unsavoury nickname amongst Pointer employees; Larry always returned with ‘freebies’ which he put in the canteen for the lads.
15. They could not afford any bad publicity and certainly did not want to be associated with drug running or anything unsavoury, after all- they had their hands full producing pornography.
16. For reasons of their own Dave Freeman and his hounds have packed up their tents and moved on, but you can tell them at the farm the men are there to keep unsavoury people like the press away and to protect Sir Alex.
17. Such monsters! A large one, multicelphalus and quite unsavoury to behold, came very close to the capsule and put an eye as big as a dinner plate to one of the windows, either by way of curiosity or as a means of putting the wind up me, I cannot say which.
18. So, at great expense, he constructed a bronze hollow globe studded with thick glass observation portals to protect him from the unsavoury vapours of the deep mist (and any of the monstrosities which called it home and Grumble dinner) and a sampling hatch.
19. Now, judging that the attitude in the camp was rapidly taking a turn for the worse from the unsavoury news he had delivered, Lewem decided that he would engage with the massed ranks whilst they were kept waiting for their new commander, but his futile attempts to address the crowd and raise their morale fell on deaf ears.
20. The same would be the case with that highest human activity in art and science if their exclusive privilege were appropriated by one caste, with this difference only, that in bodily food there cannot be too great digressions from the natural;—bread as well as onions, though unsavoury food, is still eatable:—but in mental food there may be great digressions; and some men may for a very long time feed upon an unnecessary, or even hurtful and poisonous, mental food; they themselves may slowly kill themselves with opium or with spirits, and this sort of food they may offer to the masses of the people.
21. Food that is half-cooked, unsavoury, odorous, stale, leftover,.

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