(1) The situation is disagreeable to Japan, but Tokyo has put up with it to avoid upsetting bilateral relations.(2) By turns disagreeable , petulant, and self-pitying, they have as a group failed their employees, their investors, and their customers.(3) Some of Kraig's ideas may be disagreeable to some people.(4) Your opinion, although disagreeable to me, is something that I risked my liberal life to protect.(5) The deep-seated hatred can be understood, but this plastic thing on the surface, this hypocrisy is disagreeable , and we try to puncture that in the play.(6) Eating meat is disagreeable to Thoreau's imagination, and his distaste of it is instinctual.(7) If lying in the sun or listening to music gives us great pleasure, and dental drills and electrical shocks and nausea are very disagreeable , then it is hardly surprising that we seek out the former and try to avoid the latter.(8) Alongside Mone's name, however, we are troubled to find that of Sir Alan Sugar, who was so disagreeable to Lynn Barber recently.(9) Would the ‘mercenaries ‘really have been any more rowdy or disagreeable than other tourist parties from our fair isles?’(10) In complete contrast to our disagreeable dining companion, the duck liver parfait he ordered was rich and smooth.(11) It had never occurred to Gwyn that one person could be so rude and disagreeable .(12) Of all noises, I think music is the least disagreeable .(13) Meanwhile in Cardiff, an unpleasant political became a still more disagreeable labour situation rather quickly.(14) It is easy to grant people the freedom to do what is agreeable to us; freedom is important only when it is the freedom for people to do what is disagreeable to others.(15) Same goes for thoughts, if those thoughts are disagreeable to me, I would not agree with them regardless of how honourable you are or how many others are willing to vouchsafe for you.(16) ‘Isn't that for sure,’ Joe mumbled not knowing what she meant but never liked to be disagreeable to a woman.