Definition Of unsavory
disagreeable to taste, smell, or look at.
The man adores me for goodness sake… how can I taint the way he feels about me by making such unsavoury noises and smells in his company?
Example Of unsavory
A more unsavoury set of characters and stories is hard to imagine. That noise you hear is the sound of millions of TV sets being turned off every time it comes on while the kids are in the room.
After a while they could smell something really awful and soon had a lot of unsavory brown slop swishing around their feet, as the bag had ripped apart and the waste material had melted from the heat.
An unsavory regime, probably, a threat to conquer major portions of the globe, not likely.
And in Shanghai, prostitution, apart from its well-known unsavoury social effects, has also resulted in a rapid increase of AIDS in the past 15 years.
Annie is living in an orphanage run by Miss Hannigan, a mean-spirited unsavoury character.