New vernacular (including everything we might call Low Road) is unlovely .
Being unlovely has been a deliberate strategy employed by all sides during the conflict, a way to terrorise and shock opponents and onlookers alike. There is the obviously appalling aspect of the troubles that left over 3000 people dead.
Of particular beauty here, of course, is the use of utterly inappropriate terms to maintain the rhyme, which saw ‘gloat’ used as a noun directly above this unlearned and unlovely deformed child of a verse.
Largely by sheer force of will, Strindberg transformed this unlovely hole into a vibrant modernist paradise, employing the then-obscure likes of Wyndham Lewis, Eric Gill and Jacob Epstein to achieve her novel visions.
The African diaspora which had its beginning in the unlovely slave trade, has enriched American culture with fresh art energies which are now recognised as an inalienable part of American culture.
Tvnz marked the Royal tour with Charles and Camilla, a British news special which demonstrated that however many unlovely body parts we in the colonies thrust in his direction, the Prince of Wales gets much worse at home.
Most of us got into the business so that we could hide in the kitchen because we had bad communication skills or unlovely personal habits or criminal records.
No matter how middle-of-the-road the ballad, Keys will plaster it with showy arpeggios, rococo trills and glissandos, an approach that brings to mind the unlovely image of Dido jamming with Richard Clayderman.
The 13 actors playing these unlovely animals, in the service of the Wicked Witch of the West, were promised $25 for each time they swooped down screaming from the sky on the heroine, Dorothy.
Looking through the list of changes, however, one cannot avoid the impression that what was presentational to one man was ‘sexing up’ to another - an unlovely phrase, I concede, but you know what is meant by it.