uncooperative

[ koh-op-er-uh-tiv, -op-ruh-tiv, -op-uh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncooperative

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCOOPERATIVE

Civilization simply could not tolerate an unhappy, uncooperative citizen.

Because it is almost unknown country: there are indications that the heathen who occupy it are uncooperative.

They were nervous, irritable, disobedient, and uncooperative while they were there—and even they didn't know why.

And there was a sullen, uncooperative note in his voice, a jarring sound that made Larry uneasy and a little angry.

He had his mind set on a certain young lady who lived there, but up to this time she had been uncooperative.

His friends told him that his uncooperative attitude was bound to get him into trouble.

WORD ORIGIN

also uncoöperative, 1847, from un- + cooperative. Related: Uncooperatively.

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