ungenerously

[ uhn-jen-er-uh s ]
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I am more than grieved that he should use us so ungenerously.

Tod looked at her, sternly, ungenerously; and her eyes fell.

"That was Pius Poirier," said Agapit, delightedly and ungenerously.

I am compelled at last to say that you treat me ungenerously.

"And never more so then when in whisky," added Rumway, ungenerously.

But ungenerously, by craft, and not in a manner worthy of Atreus.

This was not ungenerously said: But what will not these men say to obtain belief, and a power over one?

She felt that Mr. Barker's reproof was well deserved, and that she had acted ungratefully and ungenerously.

In the course of those letters, he explains away the causes for suspicion which Colonel Morley had so ungenerously suggested.

But he would not be convinced: ungenerously indeed he named Mr. Posterley a courtier.

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