Unagreeable vs Disagreeable what difference

what is difference between Unagreeable and Disagreeable

English

Etymology

From Middle English unagreable, equivalent to un- +‎ agreeable.

Adjective

unagreeable (comparative more unagreeable, superlative most unagreeable)

  1. Disagreeable; unpleasant.


English

Etymology

From Old French desagraable (compare French désagréable). Surface etymology is dis- +‎ agreeable.

Pronunciation

  • (UK) IPA(key): [dɪsəˈɡɹi.əbəɫ]

Adjective

disagreeable (comparative more disagreeable, superlative most disagreeable)

  1. Causing repugnance; unpleasant to the feelings or senses; displeasing.
  2. (archaic) Not suitable; that does not conform or fit.

Usage notes

  • Nouns to which “disagreeable” is often applied: odor, smell, taste, sensation, thing, person, man, woman, duty, work, feeling, manner, experience, effect, feature, business, surprise, job.

Antonyms

  • agreeable

Translations

Noun

disagreeable (plural disagreeables)

  1. Something or someone displeasing; anything that is disagreeable.
    • 1855, Blackwood’s magazine (volume 77, page 331)
      The disagreeables of travelling are necessary evils, to be encountered for the sake of the agreeables of resting and looking round you.

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