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She dismissed that impression with indignation as ungenerously cynical, but it always came back for redismissal.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
"I should have thought you had had enough of farming land upon borrowed money," ungenerously retorted Chattaway.
TREVLYN HOLDMRS. HENRY WOOD
He will of course think you very very foolish, but not ungenerously foolish like other people.
It is the historian's unpleasant duty to add that the victory thus happily won was ungenerously followed up.
Although the Garrisonians have so ungenerously attacked me, perhaps they will do as much for you as I have.
But this the governor ungenerously endeavoured to prevent, and charged him with a debt for board.
THE LUSIADLUS DE CAMES
The Pharisees ungenerously appointed the anniversary of his death as a day of rejoicing.
It seemed to her that she had ungenerously intruded upon his privacy, watching him, while he thought himself unobserved.
TALES FROM TWO HEMISPHERESHJALMAR HJORTH BOYSEN
Remember that Nature, which has treated you so ungenerously, makes you ugly when you weep and hideous when you make a scene.
He was also cynically resentful of Constance's apparent defection, ungenerously attributing it to her fear of being compromised.

WORDS RELATED TO UNGENEROUSLY

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION