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In an instant he was beside her; for though he had been irritable and ungenerous, he had at bottom a kind heart.
Excusably enough in so young a man, he allowed himself to be swayed by personal feeling, and his feeling was ungenerous.
Twists and curves were no longer permitted: everything had to be straightforward, logical, ungenerous, inexorable.
I am not preaching suspicion, or reserve, or anything ungenerous, but justice and truth.
He had been rather a hard taskmaster, though as a paymaster trustworthy; a ready-money man, just and ungenerous.
THE WELL-BELOVEDTHOMAS HARDY
Indeed, I have found very few persons disposed to so ungenerous a procedure.
Because under the circumstances of his present stay here, his doing so would, I think, have been ungenerous.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
But the very conduct to which the press had compelled him was made a cause of ungenerous prejudices.
King Murdoch and his wife eagerly disclaimed any idea of making so ungenerous a return for his kindness.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
Even ungenerous people provided for the living, but even those who were called most generous did nothing for the others.

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