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Not friendly.‘she shot him an unfriendly glance’‘Mildred felt unfriendly toward her’‘environmentally unfriendly activities’
hostile, disagreeable, misanthropic, antagonistic, aggressiveunfavourable, disadvantageous, unpropitious, inauspicious, hostile, inimical, uncongenial, negative, alien, damaging, destructiveView synonyms
- ‘It was surprisingly warm, considering the unfriendly grey skies.’
- ‘When a vicar asks a young chap why he does not like where he lives, he replies the people are unfriendly and the town is a dirty and unwelcoming place.’
- ‘Which is not to say that we should create disharmony and be unfriendly with our friends and relatives, and with other people.’
- ‘It refers to the unfriendly stare and unkind glances we sometimes get from people around us.’
- ‘I've never met such a snobbish, selfish, unfriendly, rude lot in all my life.’
- ‘This period has been combined with an increasingly unfriendly attitude towards parents.’
- ‘My initial reaction was that he was unfriendly or unsocial, but that was far from the case.’
- ‘Heather said cotton is one of the world's most environmentally unfriendly crops because of the chemicals used by farmers.’
- ‘Hayley seemed very distant and unfriendly, and she couldn't place her finger on why.’
- ‘Several friendly and unfriendly airforces were abroad, on hire to continental corporations.’
- ‘I feel like skulking in the back row and being cold and unfriendly.’
- ‘They mean much more for the disabled children, who grow with a social stigma in an unfriendly environment.’
- ‘Any friendly aspect or unfriendly connection between these two is then said to reflect upon the relationship of the lovers.’
- ‘I've come to realise how unfriendly and un-approachable it must make me appear when I avoid looking at people.’
- ‘London is a notoriously unfriendly place for the new arrival.’
- ‘The report criticises local planners for being unfriendly to firms offering water-based recreation.’
- ‘The night-life was pricey, dressy and a touch unfriendly, if I am honest.’
- ‘It has all the elements of one of his books: a cold, unfriendly world, full of horrible children.’
- ‘They're an eclectic bunch, occasionally laconic but never unfriendly.’
- ‘No pranks, no unfriendly friends, no having to sit with the adults at the kitchen table, just me and my best friend.’
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