VERBS be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste | become, get, turn Things started to get unpleasant when their neighbours called in the police. | make sth He may make life unpleasant for the rest of us. | find sb/sth I found the atmosphere in there extremely unpleasant.
ADV. decidedly, deeply, exceedingly, extremely, highly, most, particularly, very | thoroughly a thoroughly unpleasant man | not altogether, not entirely The overall feeling was a strange mixture of sensations, not altogether unpleasant. | fairly, pretty, quite, rather, slightly, somewhat His clothes smelled pretty unpleasant.
PREP. for tests which are unpleasant for patients | to He was very unpleasant to my friends.