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unkindly

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“The whale that will come soon,” a man—I suspect, his father—corrects, not unkindly.

An American general who “wasted” troops was looked on very unkindly by the civilian population and by the troops themselves.

In fact, I once wrote of him most unkindly, in a piece titled " I Can't Stand Lieberman."

Rather, they appear to be, to put it unkindly, preening bozos.

"I did not mean to speak unkindly, Michael," he stammered with a view to apologize.

His thoughts ran on things past; he had spoken unkindly of Sally, behind her back; he had been tipsy—Ah!

His greeting was dignified, but not unkindly; and, on saying “good-night,” he gave Eric a few plain words of affectionate advice.

Mazzini judged the King accurately and not unkindly; but his attitude towards him was lacking in all tact.

That it was no use looking for them; and that he did not care much about leaving them, as he was very unkindly treated.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unkindly, such as: ferociously, fiercely, mercilessly, relentlessly, ruthlessly, and savagely.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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