Examples of usage:

  1. The ugly checked gown next caught the critical eyes and the impotent hands pulled it down at the waist, while a sense of its unloveliness brought a quiver to the sensitive mouth. "A Son of the Hills" by Harriet T. Comstock
  2. Perhaps there is no big city in the world- and Bruges, though it has shrunk pitiably, like Ypres, from its former great estate in the Middle Ages, has still more than forty thousand souls- that remains from end to end, in every alley, and square, and street, so wholly unspoilt and untouched by what is bad in the modern spirit, or that presents so little unloveliness and squalor in its more out- of- the- way corners as Bruges. "Beautiful Europe - Belgium" by Joseph E. Morris
  3. Malcourt's stinging words concerning his bodily unloveliness and self- centred inertia came into his mind; and a slow blush deepened the colour in his heavy face. "The Firing Line" by Robert W. Chambers
  4. His face, pale and pock- marked and lit by light blue eyes, and crowned by brilliant red hair, was, with all its unloveliness, a face of a certain rugged beauty; while his manner and bearing showed the native courtesy of a Highland gentleman. "Corporal Cameron" by Ralph Connor
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