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These behaviors are more than being unkind and will not be tolerated.
He agrees his sister's behavior — and the behavior of the others in this group — is unkind.
He has also never spoken an unkind word about her in our presence and has always insisted that we treat her with respect, no matter what she says or does.
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Outs above average, a range-based Statcast metric, is similarly unkind to Schwarber, given his lack of speed and inability to spring into the gap.
Questioning a certain point of view—even in a way that seems critical or unkind—can sometimes be necessary.
He thought for a moment, and then said, "Honour bright, I can't remember anything unkind I ever did to her."
I've grown used to seeing you, to having you with me all the time, and your action seems unfriendly, even unkind.
Because, if you were never unkind to her, like Nurse said you were, she'll be most awfully glad to see you again.
Notwithstanding, they bear with much patience a great deal of abuse from unkind masters.
Of course, she should not have minded so keenly the foolish talk of an impertinent and unkind girl.

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