On the flight down to Washington a strange and perhaps unfair thought hit me.
I've been unfair asking everyone to take it on faith.
Betsy absented herself, feeling it unfair to listen if the other couldn't.
"It's unfair to Martha to leave her alone with an infant," I answered.
Perhaps I was being unfair but everything we'd been able to do was close to ending with a sad whimper, due to the greed of this woman.
It's unfair to keep them in the dark on this matter.
It would be so unfair to so many people if we quit, but God almighty, it's difficult and scary.
You're being unfair to me, Edith.
Your coming down here was cruel and unfair and I think you know it!
Was he being unfair, taking the easy way out?
It was unfair to string Josh along this way.
It was a contradictory thought - and totally unfair to Josh.
While he had no business clogging up her life with a potpourri of unsubstantiated garbage, it was equally unfair to have a relationship while holding back the truth from someone you cared for.
In fact, it would be unfair to ask him to do so.
It was unfair to punish him, but his rebuke still stung.
As a woman could not prove her case in the judicial combat, it was felt that the earlier practice gave her an unfair advantage.
It would be unfair to criticize it from an exacting philosophical point of view.
The first printed edition of the book, by a certain Blaise de Vigenbre, dates from 1585, is dedicated to the seigniory of Venice (Villehardouin, it should be said, has been accused of a rather unfair predilection for the Venetians), and speaks of either a part or the whole of the memoirs as having been printed twelve years earlier.
In his dispute with his brother, in his controversies with the English and Scottish mathematicians, and in his harsh and jealous bearing to his son Daniel, he showed a mean, unfair and violent temper.
The Portuguese thought the division unfair to them, and protested.
The equality of representation, granted at the union, at first unfair to Lower Canada, became still more unfair to Upper Canada, as her population first equalled and then surpassed that of her sister province.
For the North had proclaimed a blockade of the Southern ports; and it wo-old have been both inconvenient and unfair if Lord Russell had decided to recognize the blockade and had refused to acknowledge the belligerent rights of the Southern States.
The foreign population of the Transvaal, which was chiefly English, became in a few years more numerous than the Boers themselves, and they complained that they were deprived of all political rights, that they were subjected to unfair taxation, and that they were hampered in their industry and unjustly treated by the Dutch courts and Dutch officials.