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One unsympathetic mayor took to Facebook to demand that “lazy” people get electricity and water on their own.

It's not that I'm unsympathetic if she's really having problems sleeping, it's just that it's fairly ridiculous for her to compare what she's going through to what parents of young children go through.

In front was a General Sessions Court judge, who was often unsympathetic to the defendants’ request to pay less per month than Methodist wanted.

He felt like the audience would have to maintain sympathy for Walter White as he was going about his very unsympathetic actions.

This polarizing public profile positioned Harroun as an unsympathetic character as his case progressed through the U.S. courts.

Asked why she often played somewhat unsympathetic characters like Em, or Mackenzie in The Newsroom, Mortimer seemed taken aback.

At least so far, however, Cohle seems to be something else entirely: a heroic guy who's nonetheless deeply unsympathetic.

Was there any sense from the start that the character would go further into the realm of being unsympathetic than on other shows?

"She's a moving picture actress or something, I'm sure of it," Grace confided in Betty's unsympathetic ear.

This declaration represents, however, the unconscious exaggeration of a mind unsympathetic towards religious ideas.

Better to have the protection of an unsympathetic sovereign than to become the prey of a lawless and irresponsible anarchy.

Stover suddenly perceived that his audience was unsympathetic.

Sir Gregory thought the withdrawal should not be accepted, having found Sir Timothy to be an unsympathetic colleague.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unsympathetic, such as: aloof, apathetic, callous, cruel, disinterested, and indifferent.

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