bad, originating from the fictional language Newspeak in George Orwell's novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four". Newspeak is closely based on English but has a greatly reduced and simplified vocabulary and grammar. This suited the totalitarian regime of the Party of "Ingsoc" (English Socialism), whose aim was to make subversive thought ("thoughtcrime") and speech impossible. Newspeak is engineered to remove even the possibility of rebellious thoughts—the words by which such thoughts might be articulated have been eliminated from the language. Newspeak contains no negative terms. For example, the only way to express the meaning of “bad” is through the word “ungood.”

It would be ungood and a thoughtcrime to attribute this word to West Coast surfers.
by Literary redhead September 24, 2005
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when something that really needs to be good is very far from being so
this situation is highly ungood
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Dude, that wipeout was totally ungood.
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Double ungood is crappy and horrible, but probably not as crappy and horrible as triple ungood.

Global warming is double ungood, but probably not as horrible as the death of the entire planet by global warming.

Getting the herps is double ungood.

Me: I forgot your birthday again.
Bob: So, I'll forget yours, too.
Me: That's double ungood. One for you. One for me.
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“That lesson was so ungood” - Chloe

“I know right” - Charlotte
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