One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Jesse snorted unsavourily and grabbed herself a tray as she finally reached the counters, ‘That's because nothing interesting enough happened for it to progress to the level of ‘good’.’
- ‘I allude to the "betting-ring," which is most unsavourily situated just under the noses of the best class of Grand-Stand visitors.’
- ‘At Urge there is a small back room, which really juts out halfway across the car park at the back, and the toilets rather unsavourily double up as private hook up spaces.’
- ‘The quay-side was unsavourily ornamented with glittering fish-scales.’
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