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Sunghee Kim, who runs L&M Market with her husband, always felt welcomed by her regular customers but says she’s noticed an influx of unfamiliar, unfriendly faces since the start of the pandemic.
Notably, even President Richard Nixon was unfriendly to right-wing radio because he didn’t like how pundits like McIntire undercut his Vietnam policies.
It’s light years ahead of the user unfriendly Boolean search system that I regularly used over a decade ago as a cub reporter.
I've grown used to seeing you, to having you with me all the time, and your action seems unfriendly, even unkind.
But Frank had already bought two tickets, and it seemed unfriendly to turn back now.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
The forest had become suddenly unfriendly; its kindliness had somehow vanished.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
Here was a man who stood four square to the winds, undisturbed by the cyclonic outbursts of unfriendly newspapers.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
My reader shall laugh at her; my unfriendly critic shall sneer at her.
With two unfriendly neighbors on each side she had been compelled to contend inch by inch for her territory.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
And so, as Roraima frowned upon them, they frowned back, and returned in kind its gloomy and unfriendly greeting.

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