Unsavory meaning

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Unpleasant or offensive, esp. so as to seem immoral.
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Distasteful or disagreeable.

An unsavory task.

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The definition of unsavory is unpleasant, disagreeable or disreputable.

A group of teens that has a bad reputation that you do not want your kids hanging out with are an example of a group that would be described as unsavory.

Food that was poorly made and that has begun to go bad is an example of something described as unsavory.

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Not savory.

An unsavory meal.

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Morally offensive.

An unsavory scandal.

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Without flavor; tasteless.
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Unpleasant to taste or smell.
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Not savory; without flavor.
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Making an activity undesirable.
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His unsavory reputation as a mobster came back to haunt him when he ran for mayor of New York.

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