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Ungood

adjective Affixation
Bad; in an unfavorable situation Ungood is generally used as an understatement, and generally with some hesitation when spoken outloud to highlight the understatement.
 
This looks… ungood. Our base is being completely overrun.
Etymology : Affixation of un- and good, from Old English ne- “not” + god “having the right or desirable quality” going back to Proto-Indo-European ghedh “to unite, be associated, suitable”
Source : Conversation with Rice student, November 2, 2010
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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