unamused英 [ʌnəm'ju:sd] 美 [ʌnəm'ju:sd]
1. Our life will have many unamused thing, in spite of have somewhat, we live our life just the same.
2. The unamused contractor, it is said, refused to bite.
3. Teabing looked unamused as he hobbled down the stairs. I'm afraid that is impossible.
4. Victims~ families unamused Lawyers:Southland Park was a tragedy waiting to happen.
5. He looked to be about fifty, with refined features and an austere expression that left little doubt he was unamused by their presence here.
6. He was unamused and then stopped talking.
7. The Inkatha Freedom Party, a mainly Zulu party whose heartland is in Durban's hinterland, is unamused by a proposal to rename the Mangosuthu highway, which took its name from the party's leader.
8. The bacchanalian partying on graduation night resulted in three wrecked cars, two lawsuits by unamused parents, and more new experiences than most of the participants could remember the next day.
9. And like any proud parent, his mother appears distinctly unamused by her son's unruly plumage.
10. Fanny looked on and listened, not unamused to observe the selfishness which, more or less disguised, seemed to govern them all, and wondering how it would end.