uncharitableness

[ uhn-char-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncharitableness
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It is fear, not cruelty, which lies at the root of all uncharitableness.

True, she troubles me sometimes, but that's only my envy and malice and all uncharitableness.

For there is no envy nor malice nor any uncharitableness in Ismaques.

She did not view it as uncharitableness, but only as a denominational rule.

For what else is fault-finding, intolerance and uncharitableness, but the deadliest poison?

Where does grudge-bearing, backbiting, or uncharitableness come in?

The very obtrusiveness and uncharitableness of his religion proved its unreality.

Away, then, with all faction, strife and uncharitableness from our land.

"That arises from envy, malice, and all uncharitableness," said Harold Smith.

Spectres of uncharitableness were disturbing her and she sought to be shriven.

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