unrighteously

[ uhn-rahy-chuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF unrighteously

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The doctor, he said, had been severely shaken by the monstrous assault made on him, and had been most unrighteously handled.

I do not wish, even in this moment of utter disillusionment, to judge harshly or unrighteously.

The vast wealth of which he had so unrighteously possessed himself, what now was that to him?

I saw mortally wound a man a wicked woman's words; a false tongue caused his death, and most unrighteously.

Who but I understood what lack of freedom meant to the strong—meant to caged creatures, unrighteously deprived of liberty!

The Wolf, standing at a safe distance, exclaimed: "You have unrighteously taken from me that which was mine."

They feel that it is tribute exacted as arbitrarily and unrighteously as the tribute paid to the Barbary pirates.

But even in his suffering Tommy never forgot to be unrighteously indignant if he had been wounded when on a working party.

The filthy mass which is unrighteously dragged out of the water is not then a fish.

Standing at a safe distance, the Wolf exclaimed, "You have unrighteously taken that which was mine from me!"

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