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I will not say that he never showed himself dogmatic and ill-informed, but he was no longer obtrusive and uncharitable.
JULIAN HOMEDEAN FREDERIC W. FARRAR
He was uncharitable in his judgments of others and harsh in his condemnation of conduct which he did not approve.
Altiora had been very emphatic and uncharitable upon the futility of the Socialist movement.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
This rigid theory was supported by the most uncharitable conduct.
In her heart of hearts she knew that she was full of uncharitable thoughts against her own cousin.
BETTY VIVIANL. T. MEADE
Jack was not of an uncharitable disposition, but some how or another he hoped that Alfred Van Hoosen would not win.
JACK HARKAWAY IN NEW YORKBRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG
It would have seemed uncharitable to make Clara's errand look wholly superfluous before Greifenstein.
GREIFENSTEINF. MARION CRAWFORD
I hated them with the bitter uncharitable condemnation of boyhood, and a twinge of that hate comes back to me.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
It is easy for one who believes that he has the truth to become uncharitable toward those who will not or cannot see as he sees.
And when thou art puffed up with pride and hast also become uncharitable, destruction will soon overtake thee.

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