|unpleasant termination||bitter end|
|(Slang) offensive, unpleasant; vile, wretched; dirty, filthy, def:, dirty or shabby, generally unpleasant||grotty|
|(Vulgar Slang) lousy, rotten, of inferior quality; unpleasant, disagreeable; miserable, bad, wretched||shitty|
|abate, comfort and affluence, comfort; calm; lack of difficulty; easy manner, lack of awkwardness, loosen something, make easier; calm, soothe; free, release (from pain, etc.); loosen, make something easier, make something less unpleasant, maneuver gen...||ease|
|abnormal end; "crash" of a computer program, atypical termination of software (Computers)||ABEND|
|abrupt, brusk, curt; rude, unpleasant||brusque|
|accuse publicly, announce termination of, condemn, censure; accuse, criticize publicly and harshly||denounce|
|acquire a burden, experience something unpleasant, meet with, bring upon oneself, become liable for (generally pertaining to something unpleasant or undesirable)||incur|
|act of deforming or being deformed, distortion, disfigurement, maiming, change in shape, change in shape because of stress, unpleasant result of change||deformation|
|act of imposing or meting out (punishment, etc.); act of causing something unpleasant (suffering, etc.); something inflicted (suffering, etc.)||infliction|
|act of severing, act of severing or cutting; separation, division; termination (of a relationship, etc.), severance pay, splitting into parts||severance|
|act of smelling, sniffing; sense of smell; scent, odor, fragrance; characteristic quality, aura, be detected when breathed in, detect by nose, feel or detect, give impression, give unpleasant impression, perceive an odor through the nose by means of th...||smell|
|act of wriggling, instance of moving back and forth as a worm or snake, writhing, squirming; evasion or escape (e.g. from a difficulty), move while twisting and turning, twist and turn, twist to and fro, wiggle, worm; evade (something unpleasant); make...||wriggle|
|adhesive, adhesive; covered with something adhesive; warm and humid; difficult, complex (Informal); unpleasant, painful (Informal), attracting viewers, covered in gluey stuff, humid and hot, sentimental||sticky|
|adopt an aggressive posture, arrange or be arranged satisfactorily, face something unpleasant, make an enlargement using a grid of squares, settle debts||square up|
|aggressive, attack or assault, act of aggression; position of pursuit or aggression, in possession, repulsive, disgusting; disagreeable to the senses; offending; emotionally injurious; aggressive, unpleasant to the senses, upsetting, insulting, or irri...||offensive|
|allow, appear to be less good, be adversely affected, endure, feel pain, experience loss or harm, endure misfortune; be punished; tolerate, endure; stand, bear; allow, permit, have an illness, have as weakness, undergo something unpleasant||suffer|
|angry and unpleasant toward others, badly, poorly, distressing, evil, harmful, harmful; inferior; serious, grave, acute, incorrect, injured or diseased, misbehaving and disobedient, more unpleasant than usual, not functioning properly, of poor quality,...||bad|
|angry, ill-mannered, not good looking, homely, unsightly; objectionable, unpleasant; morally offensive; unkind, mean, disagreeable; threatening, ominous, potentially violent, unattractive||ugly|
|announcement; poster, sign; notification (often of termination of employment or a living situation); warning; attention, consideration, critical review, discern, perceive; pay attention; observe, remark, give official notice to, mention something, obse...||notice|
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