Definition of unpalatably in English:

unpalatably

adverb

  • See unpalatable

    • ‘And the filmmakers' willingness to provide love and money in a tidy package is why this film's sweetness ultimately and unpalatably overwhelms its bitterness.’
    • ‘From Dr. Johnson to Winston Churchill, it is the idiosyncratic individual who stirs their imagination, not some unpalatably abstract truth.’
    • ‘One is undeniably sweet, the other unpalatably bitter.’
    • ‘This time, however, despite taking an age to arrive, it was unpalatably lukewarm, while the edges of the brioche were charred black.’
    • ‘Gil always manages to go that one step further, sometimes becoming unpalatably personal.’