Reverse Dictionary: UNN – UNPN


UNNAMED – ADJECTIVES
– unnamed, indescribable UNANEMNED c1175 obs.


UNNATURAL – ADJECTIVES
– contrary to nature CATAPHYSIC 1654 obs.
– unnatural UNKIND 1891 Eng. dial.
– unnatural, against nature CATAPHYSICAL 1839 nonce word
– unnatural, unfeeling UNNATURABLE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– unnatural; unthriving; undesirable UNKINDLY Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– unnatural, weird, ghostly; frightful, hideous, ghastly, fearful, terrible ELDRITCH 1508 Sc.
– unnatural, wild YIRLICH 1838 Sc. obs.


UNNECESSARY – ADJECTIVES
 SUPERVACANEOUS vainly added over and above what is essential; serving no purpose; superfluous, redundant, unnecessary, needless …c1555 now rare or obs.
UNBEHOVEFUL unprofitable, not useful; unnecessary …1429 obs.
UNBEHOVELY unprofitable, not useful; unnecessary …1390 obs. rare

UNNECESSARY – NOUNS
BLIVET; BLIVIT something annoying, unnecessary, or useless …1940s US sl., orig. Aust. military usage
BOONDOGGLE a trivial, useless, or unnecessary undertaking …M20 N. Amer. sl.
 NEED-NOT something unnecessary or superfluous …1650 obs.

UNNECESSARY – PHRASES
NEEDS THAT LIKE A MOOSE NEEDS A HAT RACK doesn’t need it at all …1966 Amer. sl.

UNNECESSARY – VERBS
BOONDOGGLE to engage in a trivial, useless, or unnecessary undertaking …M20 N. Amer. sl.
CARRY COALS TO NEWCASTLE vb. to bring things to a place where they abound; to do anything superfluous or unnecessary …Bk1999 
FOOL AROUND to do small unnecessary, idle operations …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
 ROAST SNOW IN A FURNACE to attempt the unnecessary or absurd; to act foolishly and to no purpose …1883 sl.


UNNEIGHBOURLY – ADJECTIVES
– unneighbourly, unkind UNFREMD Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– unneighbourly, unkind UNFREMDISH Bk1905 Eng. dial.


UNNOTICED – ADJECTIVES
– unnoticed, unheeded, unregarded TENTLESS 1785 Sc. obs.

UNNOTICED – PHRASES
– unnoticed LIKE A FART IN A WHIRLWIND 1984 Amer. dial.
– unnoticed LIKE A POPCORN FART IN HELL 1984 Amer. dial.


UNNUMBERED – ADJECTIVES
– unnumbered UNIRIMED c1205 obs.


UNOBLIGING – ADJECTIVES
– extremely unobliging or disagreeable ACCOMMODATIN’ AS A HOG ON ICE Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– unobliging, uncourteous INDEPENDENT Bk1902 Eng. dial.


UNOBSERVED – ADJECTIVES
– unobserved, secretly UNBESEEN Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– unobserved, undiscovered UNASCRIED a1548 obs.
– unobserved, undiscovered UNASPIED c1400 obs.
– unobserved, undiscovered UNCOGNIZED 1877


UNOBSTRUCTED – ADJECTIVES
– unobstructed, unimpeded; free from obstacles; open, clear FAIR a1325 arch.


UNOCCUPIED – ADJECTIVES
– unoccupied, at rest; addicted to ease or indolence; slothful, careless EASEFUL 1611

UNOCCUPIED – NOUNS
– unoccupied premises; an uninhabited house DEAD ‘UN L19 UK criminals’ sl.

UNOCCUPIED – VERBS
– to become or remain unoccupied or vacant; to close for a time VAIK;  VAKE 1693 Sc. obs.


UNOFFICIAL, UNOFFICIALLY – ADJECTIVES
– unofficial, not genuine, popularly made up CHIMNEY CORNER 1915 Amer. dial.

UNOFFICIAL etc. – ADVERBS
– unofficially or secretly BY THE BACK DOOR Bk1999 


UNORGANIZED – ADJECTIVES
– unorganized, chaotic ARSEY BOO 1988 NZ sl.


UNORTHODOX – ADJECTIVES
– unorthodox, creative, original OUT-OF-THE-BOX 1996 colloq.

UNORTHODOX – NOUNS, PERSON
– a person of unorthodox, uncultivated, or backward beliefs, tastes, etc.; a person who has not been converted to the current dominant views of a society, group, etc. PAGAN 1841

UNORTHODOX – VERBS
– to think in an unorthodox manner THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX 1971 colloq.


UNPACK – VERBS
– to unpack PACK OUT 1969 S. Afr. sl.


UNPAID – ADJECTIVES
– unpaid (or robbed of one’s pay) despite having done the work required ALLEY-WHIPPED 2000s US sl.


UNPALATABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unpalatable IMPALATABLE 1787 obs. rare
– unpalatable, coarse to the taste HASKY Bk1902 Sc.
– unpalatable, soft, pulpy; said of food MESSY Bk1905 Eng. dial.

UNPALATABLE – NOUNS
MESSMENT a mess; a confused, disorderly, or dirty condition; a muddle, a confusion; anything unpalatable …1889 Eng. dial.


UNPARALLELED – ADJECTIVES
– unparalleled IMPARALLEL 1641 obs.
– unparalleled, extraordinary, unprecedented; used in a bad sense UNHINE;  UNHYNE Bk1905 Sc. obs.
– unparalleled, incomparable, unique UNCOMPEERED 1602
– unparalleled, matchless IMPARALLELED 1604 obs.

UNPARALLELED – NOUNS
– a thing unparalleled IMPARALLEL 1661 obs.


UNPARDONABLE – ADJECTIVES
– unpardonable UNCLEANSABLE 1483 rare
– unpardonable, not to be pardoned IMPARDONABLE 1523 obs.


UNPATRIOTIC – ADJECTIVES
– unpatriotic IMPATRIOTIC 1805 obs. rare


UNPAVED – ADJECTIVES
– unpaved EARTH-BARE Bk1900 Eng. dial.


UNPERCEIVED – ADJECTIVES
– unperceived UNAPPERCEIVED 1390 obs. rare


UNPERTURBED – ADJECTIVES
– unperturbed, calm, in control COOLED OUT 1970s sl., orig. African-American


UNPITIED – ADJECTIVES
– unpitied UNCOMPASSIONATED 1867


UNPLEASANT, UNPLEASANTNESS – ADJECTIVES
 ACID biting, severe, unpleasant …L18
 ALL WET unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 ARSE inferior, shoddy, valueless, unpleasant, disliked for whatever reason …2002 Brit. sl.
 ARSEY; ARSY bad-tempered, unpleasant, disagreeable …1989 UK sl.
 AWFUL frightful, offensive, exceedingly bad or inferior; unpleasant; terrible …c1786 colloq.
 BAD NEWS unpleasant, threatening …1960s sl., orig. US
 BEASTLY unpleasant; deplorable …1603
 BLOODY unpleasant; deplorable …1934 sl.
 BOOGERISH spooky, frightening, unpleasant …1887 Amer. dial.
 BOOGERY spooky, threatening, unpleasant, objectionable …1900 Amer. dial.
 BUGGERISH spooky, frightening, unpleasant …1974 Amer. dial.
 BUGGERY spooky, threatening, unpleasant, objectionable …1941 Amer. dial.
 CACK contemptible, unpleasant, disgusting, loathsome, inferior …1996 UK sl.
 CAK contemptible, unpleasant, inferior …1996 UK sl.
 CROOK of things: bad inferior, out of order, unsatisfactory; unpleasant, dreadful …1898 Aust. & NZ
 CRUDDY dirty, mucky, filthy; unpleasant, disgusting …1877 sl.
– CRUDDY of a person: objectionable, contemptible, despicable, unpleasant …1877
 CRUMBY unpleasant; disagreeable; contemptible, repulsive, disgusting  …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 CUSS-PROVOKING unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 CUSS-WORTHY unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 DAGGY of clothes, appearance, etc.: dirty; filthy; slovenly; messy; unkempt; unpleasant …1967 Aust. sl.
– DAGGY stupid, unpleasant …20C Aust. sl.
 DANK bad, unpleasant …1984 sl., orig. US students’
 DARK bad, inferior, unpleasant, second-rate, nasty …1980s UK sl.
 DEADLY excessive, terrible, awful, very bad, utterly unpleasant …1660 colloq.
 DEAD ROTTEN unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 DEBUGGERABLE disreputable, unpleasant …1930s sl.
 DELOUSY unpleasant …World War II Amer. sl.
 DIRE objectionable, unpleasant …1836 UK
 DOOKIE;  DOOKY unpleasant, distasteful, disgusting …1990s US students’ sl.
 DROOPY unpleasant, dull, weak …1930s sl.
 DRACK dreary, dull; awful; unpleasant …1944 Aust. sl.
 ERKY unpleasant, distasteful …1950s Aust. sl.
 EVIL of persons: ill-tempered, cross, disagreeable, unpleasant, contentious, obnoxious, hostile, neurotic, angry, obstinate …OE
 EXCREMENTAL unpleasant, disgusting; second-rate …1960s euphemism for ‘shitty’
 FALAIRY unpleasant …20C Ulster sl.
 FARKAKTE unpleasant, disgusting …1930s US sl.
 FASTIDIOUS that creates disgust; disagreeable, distasteful, unpleasant, wearisome …1531 obs.
 FAT-ARSED;  FAT-ASSED said of anyone who is lazy or unpleasant …19C sl.
 FUNKY unpleasant, objectionable; also, suspect, questionable, strange …1946 US sl.
 GOD-AWFUL unpleasant; deplorable; frightful …1878 sl., orig. US
 GOOPY of the weather: unpleasant …1969 Amer. dial.
 GROSS disgusting, sickening; hence, unpleasant, unfortunate; displeasing, nasty …1959 student sl.
 GROTTY grotesque; highly undesirable; disgusting; unpleasant; deplorable …1964 sl.
 GRUESOME very unpleasant, unattractive or displeasing …1932 Amer. sl.
 GRUNDY dirty, shabby, grimy, filthy, disgusting; disreputable, unpleasant …1966 Amer. sl.
 GRUNGY disgusting; unpleasant; deplorable …1965 sl., chiefly US
 GUMMY inferior; tedious; unpleasant …1922 Amer. sl.
 GUT-WRENCHING terrifying, extremely unpleasant or distressing; that causes nausea or severely upsets the stomach …1972
 HARD TO TAKE unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 HELLACIOUS unpleasant; deplorable …1976 US sl.
 HELLISH unpleasant; deplorable …1569
 HOCKY unpleasant, nasty …1970s US college sl.
 HORRENDOUS unpleasant; deplorable …1952 sl.
 ICKY sticky, cloying; unpleasant, displeasing; uncomfortable …1929 Amer. dial.
 ICKY-BOO distasteful, nauseating, unpleasant …1920s US sl., chiefly teen usage
 ICKY-POO distasteful, nauseating, unpleasant …1920s US sl., chiefly teen usage
 IKY unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 ILK unpleasant, bizarre, distasteful …2000s African-American sl.
 ILL vicious, bad-tempered, cross, angry, peevish, fretful, morose, unpleasant …1857 Amer. dial.
 ILLEPID without delectation or grace; unpleasant; dull and unpleasant in conversation …1656 obs. rare
 ILL-FAVOURED unpleasant …1824 Sc.
 ILL-TASTED unpleasant …1898 Sc.
 ILL-TURNED unpleasant in disposition …1949 Amer. dial.
 IMPLEASING unpleasing, unpleasant …1602 obs. rare
 IN FOR IT about to experience something unpleasant …1835 sl.
 INJUCUND unpleasant, disagreeable …1657 obs. rare
 ISHY sticky, cloying; unpleasant, displeasing; uncomfortable …1950 Amer. dial.
 KACK contemptible, unpleasant, inferior …1996 UK sl.
 KAK contemptible, unpleasant, inferior, nasty …1970s UK & S. Afr. sl.
 LAMENTABLE unpleasant, disagreeable …Bk1902 N. Ireland
 LIKE THIRTY CENTS unpleasant; deplorable …1896 US sl.
 MALPLEASANT unpleasant, disagreeable …c1532 obs.
 MANGE unpleasant, impolite …1990s W. Indies sl.
 MANGY unpleasant; deplorable …1538
 MEAN aggressive, unpleasant …19C US sl.
– MEAN pettily unpleasant or disobliging …M19 sl., orig. US
 MEAN AS CATSHIT said of a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 MEAN-ASS very unpleasant …1950s sl.
 MEANER THAN A CAT’S TAIL extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CAT DIRT said of a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 MEANER THAN CAT DUNG extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CATFISH very mean, unpleasant …1969 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CAT MANURE extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CAT PISS extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CAT SHIT extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CAT SHIT AND A DAMN SIGHT NASTIER extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN CAT WATER extremely mean, unkind, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD BILLY very mean, unpleasant…1969 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD BILLY HELL very mean, unpleasant …1969 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD COOT very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD DEVIL very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD DEVIL HISSELF very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD DICK very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD HARRY very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD NICK very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD ROT very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD SATAN very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD SCRATCH very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD SCROOGE very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN OLD VARMINT very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEANER THAN THE OLD SCRATCH very mean, unpleasant …1965 Amer. dial.
 MEAN-HAIR unpleasant, cruel …1960s homosexual sl.
 MEEYA unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 MEOW unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 MOLDY;  MOULDY worthless; unpleasant; outdated, out of style …1896 Amer. sl.
 MULTA;  MULTI;  MULTIE;  MULTY of people and things: bad, unpleasant …L19 sl.
 NAAR unpleasant, nauseating …L19 S. Afr. sl.
 NASTY unpleasant; disagreeable …1874 colloq.
 NASTY-ASS of a person: unpleasant …1960s US sl.
 NATION-SEIZED extremely bad; most unpleasant …1842 Eng. dial.
 NAUGHTY unpleasant, disagreeable …1578 obs. rare
 NAUSEOUS unpleasant, distasteful …M17 sl.
 NO PICNIC unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 OAMLY unpleasant or hurtful to the feelings …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 OIKISH unpleasant, crude, vulgar; usually used of a youth …1930s sl.
 OILY mean-tempered; tough, mean, unpleasant, troublesome, unruly, obstinate …1936 Amer. dial.
 ONKED uncouth, awkward, shy, ill-behaved; untidy; ugly; unpleasant, uncomfortable, inconvenient …1783 Eng. dial.
 ONKUS unpleasant; deplorable; bad …1918 Aust. sl.
 ON THE NOSE unpleasant, distasteful …Aust. sl.
 ORDINARY unpleasant, troublesome, unruly, obstinate, ill-tempered …1800 Amer. dial.
 ORNERY unpleasant, troublesome, unruly, unmanageable, disobedient, obstinate, ill-tempered, angry …1862 Amer. dial.
 PEWY;  PHEWY unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 PIGGY unpleasant …L19 Aust. sl.
 PILLY unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 POXY unpleasant; deplorable …1950 sl.
 PUNK-ASS of a person: unpleasant, deplorable …1972 US sl.
 QUISBY of events, objects, or people: unpleasant or malfunctioning …M19 sl.
 RAG unpleasant, bad …1998 NZ sl.
 RAGGED-ARSE unpleasant, disreputable, ruined …c1880
 RAISED IN THE PINEY WOODS unmannerly, unpleasant …1966 Amer. dial.
 RAT unpleasant, untrustworthy, generally despicable …1910s sl., orig. US
 RATTY unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 REBARBATIVE repellent, forbidding; unattractive, dull; unpleasant, objectionable …1892 rare
 ROTTEN very bad or unpleasant; nasty, terrible, awful …1813 colloq.
 SALTY unpleasant, uncouth, crude; of language: obscene …1920s US teen sl.
 SCABBY of a person or thing: unpleasant, contemptible, distasteful …M17
 SCALY unpleasant …M19 sl.
 SCROUNGY unpleasant; deplorable …1948 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 SEPTIC unpleasant; deplorable …1914 sl.
 SHIT bad; unpleasant; highly displeasing; unskilled; of poor quality, ability, etc. …1968 sl.
 SHITBUM contemptible, unpleasant, worthless …2000s US sl.
 SHITHOUSE unpleasant; deplorable, disgusting, contemptible …1972 sl.
 SHITTING unpleasant; deplorable …1967
 SHITTY unpleasant, disgusting; mediocre, second-rate …1879 sl.
 SHOCKING unpleasant; deplorable …1842
 SICK-ASS unpleasant, crazy …1990s US sl.
 SKEGGY unpleasant, disgusting; the implication is of rotting or faecal matter …1990s sl.
 SLEAZO of a person: unpleasant, possibly criminal, generally distasteful, often with sexual overtones …1930s sl.
 SLEAZOID of a person: unpleasant, possibly criminal, generally distasteful, often with sexual overtones …1930s sl.
 SLEAZY;  SLEEZY of a person: unpleasant, possibly criminal, generally distasteful, often with sexual overtones …1930s sl.
 SNOOTY snobbish, arrogant, haughty and disdainful; supercilious; unpleasant …1919 Amer. sl.
 SNOTTY unpleasant; deplorable …1681
 SNUFFY annoyed, displeased, ready to take offense, touchy; sulky, angry, vexed, fault-finding; unpleasant, disagreeable …1678
 STINKING unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 STINKO unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 TOO MUCH unpleasant, disgusting, or overwhelming …1930s sl., orig. US
 UGH unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 UGHY unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 UGLY unpleasant; disagreeable … 1836 Sc. & Eng. & Amer. dial.
 UGLY AS A TARANTULA very angry, unpleasant …L19 sl.
 UMPTY unpleasant, difficult …1910s sl., orig. military
 UMPTY-UMPH unpleasant, difficult …1910s sl., orig. military
 UNBLITHE of things: unpleasant, disagreeable …c1320 obs.
 UNCOOL unpleasant, aggressive, dangerous; excitable; tending to show your feelings more than is prudent or advisable …1953 US sl.
 UNFEEL uncomfortable, unpleasant; coarse, rough …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 UNFEELSOME disagreeable, unpleasant …Bk1905 N. Ireland
 UNGODLY unpleasant; disagreeable; deplorable; appalling; awful …1887
 UNHUHTLIC unpleasant …c1205 obs.
 UNIQUEME unpleasant, inconvenient …a1250 obs.
 UNKED;  UNKID uncouth, awkward, shy, ill-behaved; untidy; ugly; unpleasant, uncomfortable, inconvenient …1783 Eng. dial.
 UNLUESOMELIKE unattractive, unpleasant …1892 Sc.
 UNREAL used positively to denote something incredibly good, and negatively, to denote something unbelievably difficult, awful, unpleasant, or deplorable …1965 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 UP SHIT CREEK in an unpleasant situation or awkward predicament; in trouble …1868 sl.
 UP SHIT CREEK WITHOUT A PADDLE in an unpleasant situation or awkward predicament; in trouble …1939 sl.
 UPTA;  UPTER unpleasant; deplorable …1918 Aust. sl.
 VELVEETA unappealing or unpleasant …1980s US college sl.
 VILD unpleasant, disagreeable, portending evil or mischief, disgusting, filthy …1836 Sc.
 WAFF difficult, unpleasant …1865 Sc.
 WET unpleasant; disagreeable …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 WHITE-ARSED unpleasant; deplorable …1922 sl.
 WRISTY having the characteristics of a masturbator; hence, inferior or unpleasant …2000 UK sl.
 YICKY distasteful, nauseating, unpleasant …1920s US sl., chiefly teen usage
 
UNPLEASANT etc. – NOUNS
 ABOMINATION an unpleasant or disgusting amount, etc. …1604 obs.
 AFTERCLAP ulterior and unexpected consequences, generally unpleasant; evil consequence …1580 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 AGGRAVATION violence, quarrels, unpleasantness in general …1960s sl.
 ARMPIT an extremely unpleasant place …sl.
 ARMPIT OF THE UNIVERSE, THE an unpleasant place …1968 sl., orig. US
 ARSEHOLE a place or area considered extremely unpleasant or uninviting; the most remote or least attractive part of a specified region …1926
 ARSEHOLE OF THE UNIVERSE, THE a place or area considered extremely unpleasant or uninviting; the most remote or least attractive part of a specified region …1950
 ARSEHOLE OF THE WORLD, THE a place or area considered extremely unpleasant or uninviting; the most remote or least attractive part of a specified region …1999
 ASS-BREAKER that which is bitterly trying or unpleasant, esp. an agonizing or arduous task, experience, etc.; a bitter disappointment …1961 Amer. sl.
 ASSHOLE a place or area considered extremely unpleasant or uninviting; the most remote or least attractive part of a specified region …1918 US sl.
 ASSHOLE OF THE WORLD, THE a place or area considered extremely unpleasant or uninviting; the most remote or least attractive part of a specified region …1966 US sl.
 ASS-KICKER an unpleasant place; a challenging situation …1960s US sl.
 BACK SPANGS unpleasant reflections or returns …c1920 Ireland
 BAD NEWS something unpleasant or undesirable …1917 sl.
 BAD SHIT an unpleasant event or situation, such as a long-lasting and unsettled quarrel or recurring acts of vengeance preventing two people or two groups from reaching any kind of reconciliation …Bk2004 
 BALLBREAKER that which is bitterly trying or unpleasant, esp. an agonizing or difficult task, experience, etc.; a bitter disappointment …1942 US sl.
 BALLBUSTER that which is bitterly trying or unpleasant, esp. an agonizing or difficult task, experience, etc.; a bitter disappointment …1942 US sl.
 BALL-CRUSHER that which is bitterly trying or unpleasant, esp. an agonizing or difficult task, experience, etc.; a bitter disappointment …1970 US sl.
 BARF-OUT an unpleasant thing …Bk2006 US sl.
 BASTARD something unpleasant or undesirable …1938 sl.
 BEAST something unpleasant or undesirable …1862 sl.
 BITCH something unpleasant or undesirable …1814 sl.
 BIZNATCH;  BIZNITCH ‘bitch’; a spiteful or unpleasant woman; a difficult or unpleasant situation or thing …2002 US euphemism
 BUGGER something unpleasant or undesirable …1915 sl.
 BUMMER a disappointing, unpleasant, or unwanted situation or experience; a disappointment, a failure …1966 orig. US
– BUMMER an unpleasant experience induced by a hallucinogenic drug …1966 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 CHASSIS a chaotic, unpleasant, confused state …1920s sl. (final ‘s’ is sounded)
 CHEERFUL EARFUL a big of very unpleasant news …1947 US sl.
 COW something unpleasant or undesirable …1864 Aust. & NZ sl.
-.CROCK an unpleasant or worthless person, object, or experience; a waste of time …L19 sl.
 CROCK OF SHIT an unpleasant or worthless person, object, or experience; a waste of time …1951 US sl.
 CRUFT any unpleasant, unidentified substance …1983 US sl.
 DOOK something unpleasant or worthless …1980s US students’ sl.
 DOWNER something depressing or unpleasant ….1967 Amer. sl.
 DOWN TRIP anything boring, unpleasant, or uninspiring …1968 Amer. students’ sl.
 DUMP an unpleasant place …1915 sl., orig. US
 EAST HELL anywhere considered far away, unpleasant, and culturally alien …1930s US sl.
 ENDSVILLE someone or something unpleasant or unendurable …a1962 US sl.
 FAG a bore; a chore; an unpleasant, tedious task …1780 colloq.
 FAIR COW an exceedingly unpleasant or disagreeable person, situation, etc. ,,,1901 Aust. & NZ colloq.
 FAKE-OUT an unpleasant surprise …1959 Amer. sl.
 FAT LIP unpleasant talk …1940s sl.
 FLEA-BAG an unpleasant place …1941 sl.
 GOOF something very unpleasant …1950s US sl.
 GOOK anything unpleasant; nonsense ,,,1980s US sl.
 GREASE PIT an unpleasant place …1960s sl.
 GRUNGE anything nasty or inferior; a bad, unpleasant thing; something dull or unappealing …1968 Amer. sl.
 GUNK an unidentified and unpleasant substance; any nasty, messy stuff, dirt, slime …1932 US sl.
 HELL-HOLE an unpleasant place …1866 sl.
 HOLE an unpleasant place …1876 sl.
 HILL OF SHIT anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 HORROR SHOW an occasion or experience that is embarrassing, disgusting, frightening, disastrous, or the like; anything unpleasant …1959 Amer. sl.
 ILLNESS unpleasantness, disagreeableness; troublesomeness, hurtfulness; badness …1595 obs.
 INJUCUNDITY unpleasantness, disagreeableness …1623 rare
 KAKER anything or anyone unpleasant or distasteful …1930s sl.
 MUG’S GAME an unpleasant or unrewarding activity, a thankless task …1900
 NARK an annoying or unpleasant thing or situation; a source of irritation; also, a fit of anger or pique …1918 sl.
 NASTIES any unpleasant, disgusting, threatening or scary things or persons …1930s US sl.
 NASTY an unpleasant or dangerous thing ..1968 Amer. sl.
 NAUSE;  NAUZE an inconvenience; a difficulty; an unpleasant person or thing …1977 Brit. sl.
 NIGHTMARE an unpleasant experience; an unpleasant person …1927 Brit. sl.
 OFFENCE the fact of being annoying, unpleasant, or repulsive; offensiveness; something that causes annoyance or disgust; an offensive object, quality, feature or state of things; a nuisance …c1430 obs.
 PAIN an annoying situation; an irritation; anything considered unpleasant, typically a task one does not wish to perform …1910s sl.
 PAIN IN THE ARM an annoying situation; anything considered unpleasant, typically a task one does not wish to perform …1910s sl.
 PAIN IN THE ASS a difficult or unpleasant task or subject …20C US colloq.
 PAIN IN THE DERRIERE a difficult or unpleasant task or subject …20C US colloq.
 PAIN IN THE FACE an annoying situation; anything considered unpleasant, typically a task one does not wish to perform …1910s sl.
 PAIN IN THE GUTS  an annoying situation; anything considered unpleasant, typically a task one does not wish to perform …1910s sl.
 PAIN IN THE HEAD an annoying situation; anything considered unpleasant, typically a task one does not wish to perform …1910s sl.
 PAIN IN THE NECK an annoying situation; an irritating nuisance; anything considered unpleasant, typically a task one does not wish to perform …1910s sl.
 PAIN IN THE REAR a difficult or unpleasant task or subject …20C US colloq.
 PIECE OF SHIT anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PIG an unpleasant or awkward thing, task, etc. …E20 colloq.
 PILE OF CRAP anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PILE OF SHIT;  PILE OF SHITE anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, worthless, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PISSHOLE an unpleasant place …c1932 sl.
 PITS, THE someone or something unpleasant or unendurable …1953 sl., orig. US
 PURGATORY an unpleasant experience …1807 sl.
 QUARE PLACE somewhere unpleasant …1960s Irish sl.
 RAG OUT something unpleasant …1970s US students’ sl.
 RAM something unpleasant …1950s US sl.
 RASPER a person or thing of sharp, harsh, or unpleasant character …1839 sl.
 RATBAG an unpleasant situation or job …1960s US sl.
 RAT SHIT something worthless or unpleasant …1970 sl.
 SAVOURY RISSOLE anywhere dirty or unpleasant …20C rhyming sl. for ‘pisshole’
 SCURVY shabbiness, ugliness; unpleasantness of any sort …1970s African-American sl.
 SHIT CREEK an unpleasant, problematic situation …1950s sl.
 SHIT DETAIL any unpleasant or dirty talk …1940s sl., orig. military
 SHIT-HOLE an unpleasant place …1969 sl.
 SHIT SANDWICH a very unpleasant or unfair situation …1966 sl.
 SHITTINESS the quality of being disgusting or contemptible; vileness, unpleasantness …1929 sl.
 SKANK-PIT an unpleasant, distasteful place …1999 US sl.
 SOMETHING NASTY IN THE WOODSHED a traumatic experience or concealed unpleasantness in a person’s background …1959 sl.
 WEST HELL anywhere considered far away, unpleasant, and culturally alien …1930s US sl.
 WIGS ON THE GREEN violent or unpleasant developments, ructions …orig. Irish
 
UNPLEASANT etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
 A-BOX someone in an unpleasant mood …1996 US college sl. 
 ALLEY RAT a particularly unpleasant, villainous, and impoverished person …1910s sl.
 ALLIGATOR a worthless, unpleasant person …M19 US sl.
 ALLIGATOR BAIT a worthless, unpleasant person of any race …1910s US sl.
 ALLIGATOR HORSE a worthless, unpleasant person …M19 US sl.
 ARSE a stupid, unpleasant, or contemptible person; a fool …c1785
 ARSEHOLE a foolish or despicable person; an unpleasant person, usually male …c1784
 ASHCAN an unpleasant person …1910s US sl.
 ASSFACE an unpleasant, stupid person …1990s US students’ sl.
 ASSHOLE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1933 sl., orig. US
 B an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male (Bugger or Bastard) …1851 euphemism
 BABE an unpleasant woman …1980s US college sl.
 BAD ACTOR a person who behaves immorally; an unpleasant individual, an aggressive troublemaker; an habitual brawler; a dangerous person …1848 sl.
 BAD-ASS an unpleasant, aggressive, intimidating, or uncompromising person; a dangerous, browbeating individual; a bully …1956 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 BAD CROWD an unpleasant, untrustworthy person; a troublemaker; a habitual brawler; a dangerous person …1883 US sl.
 BADDIE;  BADDY an unpleasant person, spec. a criminal, a hoodlum, a tough guy; a mischievous person …1939 sl.
– BAD DUTY a person, esp. a young woman, evaluated as being unpleasant …1949 US Navy sl.
 BAD FACE an unpleasant, disagreeable person …1961 African-American sl.
 BAD HALFPENNY an unpleasant, untrustworthy person; a ne’er-do-well …1756 sl.
 BAD LOT an unpleasant, untrustworthy person; one of disreputable character …1848 sl.
 BAD NEWS a person regarded as unpleasant, unlucky, or undesirable; an unwelcome guest …1919 colloq.
 BAD PENNY an unpleasant, untrustworthy person; a ne’er-do-well; a good-for-nothing …c1367
 BAD PILL a disagreeable or unpleasant person …Bk1880 Eng. dial.
 BAD SCENE an unpleasant or unpopular person …1968 US sl.
 BAD SHIT a bad or extremely unpleasant person, usually male; a dangerous or deceptive person …Bk1975 Amer. sl.
 BAG a woman who is unattractive, obnoxious, or otherwise unpleasant …1922 Amer. sl.
 BAG JOB an unpleasant person …a1968 US college sl.
 BAG OF TRIPE an unpleasant or contemptible person …1822 sl.
 BALL-BUSTER any overbearingly unpleasant person or circumstances …1954 sl.
 BALLOCKS an unpleasant person …1951 sl., orig. Irish
 BALLOCKS WORKER any overbearingly unpleasant person …1989 UK sl.
 BARF-OUT an unpleasant person …Bk1995 Amer. sl.
 BARRACUDA an unpleasant or nasty woman …1988 US college sl. 
 BASKET an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1936 sl., euphemism of ‘bastard’
 BASTARD a contemptible, objectionable, or offensive person; an unpleasant or despicable person …1675
 BAT a disagreeable, despicable, or foolish woman or girl; a quarrelsome, unpleasant or cranky woman; a gossipy or mean old woman; a shrew or termagant …1886
 BATHTUB SCUM an unpleasant person; a totally despised person …1989 US college sl.
 BATTLE-AXE an unpleasant, ugly, or domineering woman …1896 sl.
 BEAGLE a young woman, esp. an unattractive young woman; a gloomy or unpleasant person of either sex …1946 US sl.
 BEAN a term of disparagement for a foolish, unpleasant or obnoxious person …1915 US sl.
 BEAST an unpopular or unpleasant person …1577 sl.
 BEDBUG an unpleasant or insignificant person …1928 sl., orig. African-American
 BEEZARK;  BEZARK a person, often characterized as eccentric or unpleasant …1919 US sl.
 BEEZOK a person, often characterized as eccentric or unpleasant …1933 US sl.
 BELL END a term of abuse; a stupid or unpleasant person …1992 sl.
 BELL ENDER a term of abuse; a stupid or unpleasant person  …2001 sl.
 BIBE a bringer of bad luck; an unpleasant person …2001 Anglo-Irish
 BIFFER an unpleasant, unattractive and/or promiscuous woman …1929-32 African-American & college sl.
 BITCH a term of abuse for a woman; strictly, a lewd or sensual woman; later, a malicious, treacherous, unpleasant, or otherwise despicable woman …a1400
 BITER an unpleasant, contemptible, or despicable person …1709 sl.
 BITTER PILL a disagreeable or unpleasant person …Bk1880 Eng. dial.
 BIZATCH ‘bitch’; a spiteful or unpleasant woman …1997-2000 US euphemism 
 BIZNATCH;  BIZNITCH ‘bitch’; a spiteful or unpleasant woman; a difficult or unpleasant situation or thing …2002 US euphemism
 BLEEDER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1887 sl.
 BLIGHTER a contemptible person; an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male; also, a fellow …1896 Brit. sl.
 BLISTER an unpleasant or despicable person …1806 Brit. sl.
 BLIVET;  BLIVIT a fat or unpleasant person …1940s US sl.
 BOOGER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1770 US sl.
 BORE an unpleasant or unmannerly person …1965 Amer. dial.
 BUGGER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1719 sl.
 BURG a fool, an idiot; an unpleasant person …1980s S. Afr.
 BUSH BITCH an ugly or unpleasant female …Bk2006 US sl., derogatory
 BUSH PIG an ugly or unpleasant female …Bk2006 US sl., derogatory
 CHEAPSKATE an unpleasant or despicable person; a low or contemptible person, usually male …1896 US sl.
 CHICKEN’S HEAD an aggressive, unpleasant woman …1960s African-American sl.
 CHICKENSHIT an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1940s sl., orig. US
 CHUNT an unpleasant, incompetent person …2000s US college sl.
 COCKSUCKER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1918 sl.
 COW an unpleasant or despicable female …1696
 COWSON a term of contempt, a son of a bitch; an unpleasant or disagreeable person  …20C Brit. sl.
 CREEP an unpleasant or despicable person, a jerk, usually male …1926 sl., orig. US
 CROCK an unpleasant or worthless person, object, or experience; a waste of time …L19 sl.
 CROCK OF SHIT an unpleasant or worthless person, object, or experience; a waste of time …1951 US sl.
 CRUD an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1930 sl., orig. US
 CRUDBALL an unpleasant or despicable person …1968 US sl.
 CRUMB a dirty, slovenly, repulsive person; an unpleasant or despicable person …1918 sl., orig. US
 CRUT an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1925 US sl.
 CUNT a disliked person; an objectionable fellow; an unpleasant or despicable person …1860 sl.
 DABTROS a bad sort, an unpleasant person …1859 back-slang
 DAG a stupid or unpleasant person …Aust. sl.
 DAGS an excessively annoying or unpleasant person …20C Aust. teen sl.
 DEACON an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …20C teen sl., derogatory
 DIP-DUNK an unpleasant person, esp. one who is not in the know …1992 US sl.
 DOG a man or boy regarded as unpleasant, contemptible, or wretched …colloq.
 DROOP an unpleasant, boring person …1910s US college sl.
 DUMBHEAD an unpleasant or dull-witted person …1960 Amer. dial., usually derogatory
 EGGNOG a foolish or unpleasant person …1920s US sl.
 EGG-SUCKER a worthless and unpleasant person …19C US sl.
 ERK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1959 Brit. sl.
 FACE-ACHE an unpleasant, undesirable, or despicable person …1937 Brit. sl.
 FAGGOT a general term of abuse, usually of women or children; an unpleasant, miserable woman …1591
 FAIR COW an exceedingly unpleasant or disagreeable person, situation, etc. ,,,1901 Aust. & NZ colloq.
 FART a fool, an unpleasant person, often older than the speaker …M18 sl.
 FLAMER a clumsy, embarrassing, or highly unpleasant person …1930s sl.
 FOUR-LETTER MAN an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1923 Brit. euphemism
– FROST a boring or unpleasant person …1934 US sl.
 FRUMP any ugly or unpleasant male or female …20C colloq.
 FUCKER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …a1890 sl.
 FUNGUS a person likened to a fungus; an unpleasant person …1659
 FUNGUS FACE an unpleasant person …L18 sl.
– FUTHERMUCKER a ‘motherfucker’; an unpleasant or despicable person …1965 US sl.
– FUTZ a foolish or unpleasant person …1935 US sl.
– FUTZER a foolish or unpleasant person …1938 US sl.
– FUZZ-TAIL an unpleasant or ignorant fellow; an unpopular fellow …1930 sl.
– FUZZY-TAIL an unpleasant or ignorant fellow; an unpopular fellow …1918 sl.
 GARETH HUNT an unpleasant or despicable person …2003 UK rhyming sl. for ‘cunt’
 GARGOYLE a person of unpleasant appearance …1864
 GAZOO a fool; a stupid or unpleasant person; a lout, a boor …1914 UK sl.
 GAZOOK a fool; a stupid or unpleasant person; a loud lout, a boor; a clumsy oaf; an ineffectual or incompetent person …1901 US sl.
 GAZOOKUS a fool; a stupid or unpleasant person; a lout, a boor …1924 US sl.
 GAZOOP a fool; a stupid or unpleasant person; a lout, a boor …1901 US sl.
 GAZOOPUS a fool; a stupid or unpleasant person; a lout, a boor …1933 US sl.
 GEEK an unpleasant person, irrelevant of class; a disliked or unpopular person …1949 sl.
 GEEP an obnoxious, inept, or suspicious-looking person; an offensive or unpleasant person …1940 US sl.
 GERBIL a stupid, insignificant, or unpleasant person; a foolish or obnoxious person …1986 US sl. 
 GET;  GETT;  GHET an idiot; a fool; an unpleasant or despicable person; a term of abuse …1931 UK sl.
 GETSIE an idiot; a fool; an unpleasant person; a term of abuse …1935 UK sl.
 GHOUL an unpleasant person; an unattractive or ugly person of the opposite sex …1940 US sl.
 GIMP a stupid, foolish, unpleasant, obnoxious, or contemptible person; a simpleton; an incompetent or weak person …1924 sl., orig. US, derogatory
 GIMPY a stupid, foolish, unpleasant, obnoxious, or contemptible person …1959 US sl., derogatory
 GIT an unpleasant, objectionable, or contemptible person; a term of abuse…1939 Brit. colloq.
 GOBSHITE a stupid, incompetent, or contemptible person, esp. an ignorant loudmouth; an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male…M20 sl., chiefly Irish
 GOODMAN-TURD a contemptible fellow; a worthless, unpleasant fellow …1598
 GOORI;  GOORIE;  GOORY an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1959 NZ sl.
 GREASER an unpleasant person, esp. one who ingratiates himself with superiors …Brit. sl.
 GRIMALKIN a term of contempt for a jealous or bossy or bad-tempered, unpleasant old woman …1798
 GROT an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1970 sl.
 GRUNT a stupid or unpleasant person …1977 US sl.
 GUG an extremely unpleasant person …M20 US sl.
 GUTSFUL OF GRUNTS a disagreeable or unpleasant person …c1910 Aust. sl.
 GUTTY an unpleasant person …1998 Ireland sl.
 HADDIE a sod; an irritating, annoying, or unpleasant person …1962 UK rhyming sl. (haddock and cod) 
 HADDOCK a term of contempt or abuse; a sod, an annoying or unpleasant person …1831 UK rhyming sl. (haddock and cod)
 HADDOCK AND COD a term of abuse; a sod, an annoying, irritating, or unpleasant person …1962 UK rhyming sl.
 HAIRBAG an unpleasant, disgusting person …1970s sl.
– HAND JOB an unpleasant person …Bk2004 US sl.
– HARSH TOKE an unpleasant person …Bk2007 US sl.
 HEEL an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1932 sl., orig. US
 HILL OF SHIT anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 IRK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1959 Brit. sl.
 JACK-NASTY-FACE a filthy or unpleasant-looking person – a dirty fellow …1823 sl. 
 JELLY BEAN an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1919 sl., orig. US
 JERK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1935 sl., orig. US 
 JERK-OFF an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1968 sl.
 KAFFIR a pimp; an unpleasant person …M19 sl., orig. S. Afr.
 KAKER anything or anyone unpleasant or distasteful …1930s sl.
 KVETCH a detestable or unpleasant person, esp., a person who criticizes or complains a great deal …1936 US colloq., chiefly Jewish usage
 KVETCHER a detestable or unpleasant person, esp., a person who criticizes or complains a great deal …1968 US colloq.
 LAUGHING BOY a morose or unpleasant fellow; a gloomy-looking person; used ironically …1940 sl.
 LAUGHING GIRL a morose or unpleasant female; used ironically as the title of a gloomy-looking person …1940 US sl.
 LOUSE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male; one who is thoroughly disliked …1633 sl.
 LUG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1931 sl., chiefly Amer.
 MAMZER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male; a rascal …1955 US sl.
 MAMZERIM an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1955 US sl.
 MARE an unpleasant,  despicable, bad-tempered female …1303
 MEAN-ASS an unpleasant person …1950s sl.
 MENACE a person that is a bore or a general nuisance; someone or something very troublesome or annoying; an unpleasant, irritating person …1936 sl.
 MINCH a stupid, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1928 Amer. sl.
– MINGO an unpleasant person …2001 UK sl.
 MISS FITCH an unpleasant woman …20C rhyming sl. for ‘bitch’
 MOA-FUGG a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1962 US sl.
 MO DICKER a ‘motherfucker; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person; a lazy, irresponsible person …1968-70 Amer. sl.
 MOFO a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1965 Amer. sl.
 MOFUCK a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1962 Amer. sl.
 MO-FUCKER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1987 Amer. sl.
 MOGGIE an unpleasant woman …1975 Brit. sl.
 MOLL an unpleasant woman …2010 Aust. sl.
 MOLLY-DODGER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, contemptible, despicable, or unpleasant person …1964 African-American sl.
 MOLLYWOPPER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, contemptible, despicable, or unpleasant person …1973 US sl.
 MOMMA a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1975 US sl.
 MOMMA-HOPPER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1975 US euphemism
 MOMSER;  MOMZA;  MOMZER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1955 US sl.
 MOO an unpleasant or despicable female …1967 sl.
 MOTHAFUCKA;  MOTHERFUCKA;  MOTHERFUCKER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1918 sl., orig. African-American
 MOTHER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1955 US sl.
 MOTHER-BUGGER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1970 US euphemism
 MOTHER CRUSHER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1959 US euphemism
 MOTHEREE a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1938 US sl. rare
 MOTHEREFF a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1961 US euphemism
 MOTHEREN a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1948 US euphemism
 MOTHERFATHER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1992 US sl.
 MOTHERFERYER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or unpleasant person …1946 US euphemism
 MOTHER-FLICKER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1998 US euphemism
 MOTHER-FLUNKER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …2002 US euphemism
 MOTHER-FOR-YOU a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1918 sl., orig. African-American
 MOTHER-FOULER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1949 US euphemism
 MOTHER-FRIGGER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1939 US euphemism
 MOTHERFUCK an obnoxious, despicable, or contemptible person; a very unpleasant person; often a term of abuse …1964 US sl.
 MOTHERFUG a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1918 sl., orig. African-American
 MOTHERFUGGER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1918 sl., orig. African-American
 MOTHER-FUYER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1935 US euphemism
 MOTHER-GRABBER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1963 US euphemism
 MOTHERHEAD a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1970 US euphemism
 MOTHER-HOPPER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1975 US euphemism
 MOTHER-HUBBA;  MOTHER-HUBBER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1959 US euphemism
 MOTHER HUBBARD a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1994 US euphemism
 MOTHER-HUGGER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1956 US euphemism
 MOTHER-HUMP a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1976 US euphemism
 MOTHER-HUMPER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1963 US euphemism
 MOTHER-HUNCHER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1962 euphemism
 MOTHER-JIVER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1959 US euphemism
 MOTHER-JUMP a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1975 US euphemism
 MOTHER-JUMPER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1949 US euphemism
 MOTHER-LOVER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1951 US euphemism
 MOTHEROO a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1999 euphemism
 MOTHER-PLUGGER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1929 US euphemism
 MOTHER-RAPER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1959 US euphemism
 MOTHER-RUBBER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1973 US euphemism
 MOTHERSCRATCHER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible or very unpleasant person …2001 US sl.
 MOTHERSELLER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible or very unpleasant person …1953 US sl.
 MOTHER-SUCKER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1952 US euphemism
 MOTOR SCOOTER a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1960 US euphemism
 MOTORCYCLE a ‘motherfucker’; an obnoxious, despicable, contemptible, or very unpleasant person …1938 US sl.
 MUTHAFUCKA an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1956 sl., orig. & chiefly US
 NARK an annoying, unpleasant, obstructive, or quarrelsome person …1846 sl.
 NASTIES any unpleasant, disgusting, threatening or scary things or persons …1930s US sl.
 NASTY an unpleasant or dangerous person; a villain; a hateful, offensive person …1968 Amer. sl.
 NASTY BIT OF GOODS an unpleasant person …1910s sl.
 NASTY BIT OF WORK an unpleasant person …1910s sl.
 NASTY PIECE OF WORK an unpleasant, contemptible, or cruel person …1945
 NAUS an unpleasant person …1950s sl.
 NAUSE;  NAUZE an inconvenience; a difficulty; an unpleasant person or thing …1977 Brit. sl.
 NERD an unpleasant, insignificant, or dull person …1950s sl., orig. US
 NIGHTMARE an unpleasant experience; an unpleasant person …1927 Brit. sl.
 NOAH’S-ARK an unpleasant or despicable person …1898 rhyming sl. for ‘nark’, orig. Aust.
 NO-GOODNIK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1936 US sl.
 NORZ an unpleasant person …1950s sl.
 NURD an unpleasant, insignificant, or dull person …1950s sl., orig. US
 NYERP an unpleasant, complaining person …Bk1997 Irish sl.
 OICK;  OIK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1925 Brit. sl.
 OIL-CAN an unpleasant person …1933 US sl.
 OIL TANKER an unpleasant person; a term of abuse …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘wanker’ 
 OLD BAG an unattractive, obnoxious, or unpleasant old woman; an old hag, any old woman …1922 sl., orig. US, disparaging usage
 OLD BAT a disagreeable, middle-aged or elderly woman; an unpleasant or despicable female; an unattractive or foolish old woman …1886 UK sl.
 OLD FART a fool, an unpleasant person, older than the speaker …M18 sl.
 OLD RIP a person, usually an unpleasant one …M19 Amer. dial.
 PANHANDLE a fool; an unpleasant person …1990s sl.
 PEAHEAD an unpleasant or dull-witted person …1960 Amer. dial., usually derogatory
 PECKERHEAD an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1955 US sl.
 PIECE OF SHIT anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PIG an unpleasant or despicable person …1546 sl.
 PIG’S ORPHAN an unpleasant disagreeable fellow …1940s Royal Navy sl.
 PILE OF CRAP anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PILE OF SHIT anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, worthless, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PILE OF SHITE anybody or anything unpleasant, disgusting, of poor quality etc.; a disliked person; a piece of gross hypocrisy …1940s sl., orig. US
 PILL an unpleasant or despicable person; an obnoxious person; an annoying or boring person …1871 sl.
 PISS-ARTIST an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1975 Brit. sl.
 PITS, THE someone or something unpleasant or unendurable …1953 sl., orig. US
 PONCE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1953 sl.
 PUDDINGHEAD an unpleasant or dull-witted person …1894 Amer. dial., usually derogatory
 QUIMMO a fool; an unpleasant person …1999 UK sl.
 RAG an unpleasant person …1970s US students’ & teen sl.
 RASPER a person or thing of sharp, harsh, or unpleasant character …1839 sl.
 RAT an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1594
 RAT AND MOUSE an unpleasant person …1970s rhyming sl. for ‘louse’
 RATBAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1890 sl., orig. Aust. & NZ
 RAT FINK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1964 sl., chiefly US
 RICHARD (THE THIRD) a piece of excrement; thus, an unpleasant person …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘turd’
 ROACH an unpleasant or despicable person …1930 US sl.
 ROTTER an unpleasant or despicable person …1894 Brit. sl.
 RUBBER KNACKERS an unpleasant or detested man …20C Brit. sl.
 SACK OF SHIT an unpleasant person; used abusively …1961 US sl.
 SALAUD an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1962 sl.
 SCAB an unpleasant or despicable man …1590
 SCAB NECK an unpleasant person …1590 sl.
 SCAG-NASTY an unpleasant person …1990s UK juvenile sl.
 SCHICER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1846 sl.
 SCHWEINEHUND;  SCHWEINHUND;  SCHWINEHUND an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1941 sl.
 SCROTE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1977 Brit. sl.
 SCROUCHER;  SCROUSHER;  SCROWCHER an unpleasant or despicable person …1901 Aust. sl.
 SCUMBAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1971 sl., chiefly US 
 SCUNGE an unpleasant or despicable person …1912 sl., orig. Sc.
 SCUZ;  SCUZZ an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1968 sl., orig. & chiefly Amer.
 SCUZZBAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1983 sl., orig. & chiefly Amer.
 SCUZZBALL an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1983 sl., orig. & chiefly Amer.
 SCUZZBUCKET an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1983 sl., orig. & chiefly Amer.
 SEWER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1945 Brit. sl.
 SHAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1971 sl.
 SHEIK OF ARABY an unpleasant, unmannerly person …1969 Amer. dial.
 SHICER;  SHISER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1846 sl.
 SHIT an unpleasant or despicable person; a contemptible, obnoxious, or worthless person …1508
 SHIT-BAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1961 sl.
 SHITE an unpleasant or despicable person; a contemptible, obnoxious, or worthless person …1508
 SHITE-HAWK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1958 sl.
 SHIT-FACE an unpleasant or despicable person, an obnoxious person, usually male; a term of abusive address …1937 sl.
 SHITHEAD an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male; a term of abuse for an obnoxious person …1961 sl.
 SHITSACK an unpleasant person …L18 sl.
 SHOWER OF SHIT an unpleasant and worthless collection of people …1999 UK sl., derogatory
 SHOWER OF SHITE an unpleasant and worthless collection of people …1999 UK sl., derogatory
 SILLY MOO an unpleasant or despicable female …1967 sl.
 SKAG an ugly and unpleasant young woman …1920s sl., orig. African-American
 SKAG-NASTY an unpleasant person …1990s UK juvenile sl.
 SKANKY BOX an unpleasant, dirty (physically and ethically) woman …1980s US sl.
 SKATE an unpleasant or despicable person; a mean, dishonest, or contemptible person, usually male …1896 sl., chiefly US 
 SKUNK an unpleasant or despicable person; a vile or good-for-nothing fellow …1841 sl.
 SLAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1943 sl.
 SO-AND-SO a euphemism for any derogatory name, esp. ‘son of a bitch’; a despicable or unpleasant person …1897 euphemism
 S.O.B. an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male (Son Of a Bitch) …1918 sl., chiefly US 
 SOD an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1818 sl.
 SON OF A BITCH;  SONUVABITCH an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1707 sl.
 SPACK a term of abuse; an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …2001 UK juvenile sl.
 SPACKA;  SPACKER a term of abuse; an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …2001 UK juvenile sl.
 SPACKO a term of abuse; an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …2001 UK juvenile sl.
 SPADGE a term of abuse; an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …2001 UK juvenile sl.
 SPAG an unpleasant, stupid person; can be used affectionately; a term of address for a female friend…1983 US college & UK juvenile sl.
 SPAGGA an unpleasant, stupid person; can be used affectionately …2001 US college & UK juvenile sl.
 SPAZMO a term of abuse; an incompetent person; a stupid or unpleasant person …1998 sl.
 STIFF an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1882 sl., orig. US
 STINKER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1898 sl.
 STINK-POT an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1854 sl.
 SUCK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1974 Can. sl.
 SUCK-HOLE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1966 Can. & Aust. sl.
 SUMBITCH an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1975 US sl.
 SWINE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1842 sl.
 SWIPE an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1929 sl.
 TAMPAX a term of abuse; an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …2001 UK juvenile sl.
 TAMPON a snobbish, stuck-up, or unpleasant person …2001 UK sl. 
 TOE-RAG an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1912 Brit. sl.
 TOSSER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1977 sl.
 TURD an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1936 sl.
 TWAT;  TWOT an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1929 sl.
 UGLY CUSTOMER a person who is likely to cause trouble, or be difficult to deal with; an unpleasant, menacing person …1811
 URIAH HEEP an objectionable or unpleasant person; a dull or insignificant person …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘creep’
 VADGE a general term of abuse; an excessively stupid or unpleasant person …2001 sl. 
 WAD a fool, an idiot, an unpleasant person …1900 sl., orig. US college usage
 WAD-WASTE a term of abuse; a fool, an idiot, an unpleasant person …1981 sl., orig. US college
 WANK an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1970 Brit. sl.
 WANKER an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male …1971 Brit. sl. 
 WEIRDO any unpleasant person, usually male; an oaf or jerk …M20 US sl.
 WEIRDY any unpleasant person, usually male; an oaf or jerk …M20 US sl.
 WHORE an unpleasant or despicable person …1906 sl.
 WOWSER an unpleasant or despicable person …1899 Aust. & NZ sl.
 WRINKLE an unpleasant, unsophisticated male …1990s US college sl.
 WRIST a contemptible person; an unpleasant person …1998 UK sl.
 WRISTJOB an unpleasant person …1990s sl.
 ZIP a worthless person; a person who amounts to zero; an insignificant person; an unpleasant person with no good qualities; a fool; a sucker …1971 US sl.
 ZIPPO an insignificant person; an unpleasant person with no good qualities; a fool; a sucker …1987 US sl.
 ZIP SACK an insignificant person; an unpleasant person with no good qualities; a fool; a sucker …1982 US sl.
 ZONKER an unpleasant or unpopular person …1969 US college sl.
 ZOUCHER an objectionable, unpleasant person; an unmannerly fellow; a churl; a slovenly fellow …Bk1889 sl.
 
UNPLEASANT etc. – PHRASES
 BAD QUARTER OF AN HOUR, A a short but very unpleasant period of time …1887
 I DON’T LIKE THIS MOVIE this is unpleasant or boring …1960s US sl.
 IT’S A BASTARD used for anything considered unpleasant, excessively challenging, etc. …20C sl., orig. Aust.
 IT’S A DOG’S LIFE said of an unpleasant situation or of one’s whole wretched existence …20C sl.
 IT’S A FAIR OLD BUGGER said of anything considered unpleasant, excessively challenging, etc. …M19 sl.
 IT’S A PROPER BASTARD used for anything considered unpleasant, excessively challenging, etc. …20C sl., orig. Aust.
 IT’S A PROPER BUGGER said of anything considered unpleasant, excessively challenging, etc. …M19 sl.
 IT’S A RIGHT BUGGER said of anything considered unpleasant, excessively challenging, etc. …M19 sl.
 IT’S A RIGHT OLD BUGGER said of anything considered unpleasant, excessively challenging, etc. …M19 sl.
 IT’S NO CATCH it’s very hard work, very disappointing, unpleasant, dangerous …19C sl.
 MEAN ENOUGH TO KILL HIS GRANDMOTHER describing a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 MEAN ENOUGH TO PUSH HIS GRANDMOTHER DOWNSTAIRS describing a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 MEAN ENOUGH TO ROB HIS GRANDMOTHER’S GRAVE describing a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 MEAN ENOUGH TO STEAL THE PENNIES OFF HIS GRANDMOTHER’S EYES describing a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 MEAN ENOUGH TO TAKE THE FILLINGS OUT OF HIS GRANDMOTHER’S TEETH describing a notably unpleasant person …20C US sl.
 NOT A PRETTY SIGHT used ironically of something that is actually very unpleasant to see …1920s
 SAME SHIT, DIFFERENT DAY used to suggest that a particular situation, or life generally, is unchangingly and relentlessly difficult or unpleasant …1987
 THAT’S THE WAY THE VIOLET CRUMBLES you must accept unpleasant events …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
 THERE’S A MULE IN THE GARDEN something unpleasant is going on …1877 Eng. dial.
 UP SHIT CREEK in an unpleasant situation; in an awkward predicament …sl.
 
UNPLEASANT etc. – VERBS
 BE IN THE SHIT to be in trouble or a difficult or unpleasant situation …sl.
 BITE of a situation, object, etc.: to be contemptible, awful, or unpleasant …1975 US sl.
 BITE THE BIG ONE of a situation, object, etc.: to be contemptible, awful, or unpleasant …1974 US sl.
 CATCH to undergo or suffer an unpleasant experience; to encounter an adverse condition of weather …1946 Amer. dial.
 COME THE ACID DROP to act contrarily, or aggressively; to argue; to be unpleasant or offensive; to speak in a caustic or sarcastic manner …1910s sl.
 COME THE CUNT to be particularly obstreperous or unpleasant …1984 UK sl.
 COME THE (OLD) ACID to behave in an unpleasant, aggressive, or overbearing manner; to speak in a sarcastic or caustic way …1917 UK sl.
 COME THE OLD CUNT to be particularly obstreperous or unpleasant …1984 UK sl.
 COME UP TAILS to find oneself in an unpleasant or problematic situation …1970s US sl.
 DO ONESELF IN to put oneself in a deliberately unpleasant situation or position …1930s sl.
 EAT IT to be unpleasant …1970s US sl.
 EAT THE LEEK to be forced to address unpleasant consequences; to accept humiliation submissively; to submit to what is humiliating …1599
 GRASP THE NETTLE to undertake or tackle an unpleasant task …Aust.
 SALT ONE’S KAIL to scold, to make things unpleasant for one …1865 Sc.
 STINK to be unpleasant …1934 sl.
 SUCK to be unpleasant …1971 sl.
 TAKE THE KNOCK to suffer an unpleasant surprise …L19 sl.


UNPLEASING – ADJECTIVES
– having an unpleasing or hard appearance or look; stern-faced; coarse-featured; ill-favoured, ugly HARD-FAVOURED 1513 arch.
– unpleasing, unattractive NOVHERE 1955 US sl.
– unpleasing, unpleasant IMPLEASING 1602 obs. rare