unpopular

Part of speech: adjective

Having no popularity; generally disliked.

Part of speech: adverb

Unpopularly.

Part of speech: noun

Unpopularity.

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Usage examples "unpopular":

  1. It is almost impossible to suppose that an English ministry would consent to a treaty that would be unpopular in parliament and the country. - "Lord Elgin", John George Bourinot.
  2. True, the victory of the second, with his one weapon, is seldom a victory after the hearts of all the other spectators, and makes him unpopular. - "Human, All-Too-Human, Part II", Friedrich Nietzsche.
  3. This friendship with the detested Flemings cost Las Casas dear with his own people, and made him more unpopular than ever. - "Bartholomew de Las Casas; his life, apostolate, and writings", Francis Augustus MacNutt.