unpardonable, adj. 1. inexcusable, unforgivable, uncondonable, irremissible, unexpiable, unatonable, inexonerable; unwarrantable, unjustifiable, unvin-dicable, unexculpable; indefensible, undefendable.
2. reprehensible, deplorable, contemptible, despicable, condemnable, censurable, blameworthy; outrageous, scandalous, shameful, disgraceful, ignoble, vile, abject, low; heinous, grievous, ghastly, horrible, atrocious, abominable, abhorrent, odious, Brit, beastly-
unpertubed, adj. calm, steady, composed, peaceful, tranquil, serene, pacific; unruffled, unflustered, undisturbed, unstirred, unexcited, unagitated; imperturbable, unexcitable, Sl. unflappable; cool, cool-headed, Inf. cool as a cucumber; possessed, controlled, in control, unimpassioned; level-headed, poised, balanced, stable, reasonable; even-tempered, placid, untroubled, Inf. hang-loose; impassive, staid, stoical, sedate, philosophical, solemn, serious.
unpleasant, adj. 1. displeasing, annoying, irritating, irksome, bothersome, vexatious, provoking; pestering, Inf. pesky, Inf pestiferous; troublesome, rough, thorny, fretful, worrisome, worrying, Dial. plaguy; nettlesome, nettling, Inf. aggravating, disturbing, perturbing, ruffling, disquieting.
2. disagreeable, distasteful, unpleasing, unpalatable, unappetizing, brackish, unsavory; nauseating, sickening, disgusting, noisome, Sl. yukky, seamy, Sl. gross, stinking to high heaven; repugnant, offensive, obnoxious, nasty; repulsive, repelling, repellent, revolting, objectionable; abominable, odious, heinous, detestable, hateful; boring, monotonous, flat, tiresome, wearisome.
3. offensive, Augean, rank, foul, smelly, reeking, stinking, mephitic, putrid, rancid, sour; shocking, distressing, appalling, insulting; bad, rotten, Inf. awful, poor, mean; cutting, scathing.
unpolished, adj. 1. rough, rough-hewn, rude, crude; coarse, gross, vulgar, loutish, boorish, ill-bred, brought up in a barn; gauche, awkward, uncouth, ungainly; disadvantaged, from the wrong side of the tracks.
2. uncultured, uncultivated, unrefined, unlettered, uneducated, unschooled, untutored, ignorant; tasteless, uncivilized, unsophisticated, countrified, rustic, agrestic, rural, bumpkinish, cloddish, doltish; inelegant, undignified, ungraceful, lacking in the social graces, like a diamond in the rough, rough-and-ready, graceless; loud, big-mouthed, discourteous, unmannerly, incondite; offensive, blunt, short, gruff, uncivil, impolite, brusque, curt, tactless, undiplomatic; sloppy, slatternly, slovenly, messy, cheap, slipshod.
unpopular, adj. disliked, unliked, unloved, undesired, uncared-for; friendless, without a friend in the world, lonely, alone in the world; uncourted, uncoveted, not sought out, like a wallflower; unwanted, unwelcome, rejected, rebuffed, unaccepted; disapproved, turned down, looked down on, disdained, unacceptable; unattractive, undesirable, offensive, objectionable, obnoxious; ignored, Inf. cold-shouldered, snubbed, slighted, neglected; out in the cold, out of things, on the outs, out of favor, in bad odor, not in the swim, left on the sidelines; tolerated, merely tolerated, Sl. treated like a hound dog.
unprecedented, adj. unexampled, unparalleled, unequaled, unmatched, unheard-of; unusual, uncommon, unique, incomparable, one of a kind, special, singular, individual, distinctive, different, recherch^; out-of-the-ordinary, unconventional, unorthodox, novel, new; rare, unwonted, uncustomary, unfamiliar, out-of-the-way; atypical, anomalous; first, original, premier; archetypal, prototypal, prototypical, pro-totypic.