Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) something unattractive or unpleasant
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it looked uninviting
'Uninviting' is an adjective used to describe something that is not an attractive prospect or which is not tempting. This adjective is used especially to describe a place that you might not want to spend time in or a group of people who are not welcoming. "The hotel room was bleak, dark and had old, dirty furniture, it was uninviting." "Their stern faces made the committee seem uninviting."
Social Examples (Basic)
She changed her mind about swimming in the sea. The large waves looked most uninviting.
The isolated house was cold and damp. It was a miserable, uninviting place.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The interior designer has said our current client reception area is clinical and uninviting and I think she's right.
The reception at the conference was formal and uninviting. Nobody stayed around for long.
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