- Obs. without flavor; tasteless
- unpleasant to taste or smell
- unpleasant or offensive, esp. so as to seem immoral
This woman finds her food unsavory.
- 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.
The definition of unsavory is unpleasant, disagreeable or disreputable.
- Distasteful or disagreeable: an unsavory task.
- Not savory: an unsavory meal.
- Morally offensive: an unsavory scandal.
(comparative more unsavory, superlative most unsavory)
- Nouns to which "unsavory" is often applied: reputation, character, aspect, element, practice, friend, tactics.
- Many unsavory facts have come to light about the manufacturing of dog foods, including what really goes into the kibble and how dog food manufacturers meet those minimum nutritional standards.
- With proponents like Jack Thompson constantly decrying the violent and sometimes unsavory aspects of many games on the market today, we also have to take note of the positive effects as well.
- These processes help to remove unsavory compounds from the oil that may have accumulated in the fish's liver, and prevent them from infiltrating your own body.
- The Internet is full of unsavory characters, and you'll want to be sure that safety is at the forefront of your mind when dealing with children so young.
- The Master Cleanse is a detoxification process, which means that it aims to get toxins and other unsavory things out of the body.