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uncharitable

uncharitable

uncharitable Sentence Examples

  • Emerson refused, in a kind and characteristic letter, to join the undertaking, and though he afterwards wrote of Brook Farm with not uncharitable humour as "a perpetual picnic, a French Revolution in small, an age of reason in a patty-pan," among its founders were many of his near friends.

  • uncharitable to suggest that it was cause and effect.

  • uncharitable enough to do that.

  • uncharitable thought.

  • uncharitable behavior.

  • uncharitable nature with which Cradle are often received, is simply our most instinctive way to relate.

  • uncharitable attitude and, when the Dean arrives, he demands that they thank him properly for the party.

  • uncharitable constructions.

  • uncharitable view of these vulnerable youngsters.

  • If she's too clever for her husband... ELIZABETH: Oh come, Aunt Jane - don't be so uncharitable!

  • However, while this may have been grounds for condemning the show in the 70's it feels a little uncharitable to do so now.

  • rather uncharitable: he's just a crap comic, not a criminal.

  • I thought him very uncharitable, saying in my heart, " What, are not my endeavors a sufficient ground of hope?

  • Take another case: the complicated question of charity, which some highly uncharitable idealists seem to think quite easy.

  • Having taken patients part-way through the investigative process, it would seem uncharitable suddenly to wash our hands of the situation.

  • Emerson refused, in a kind and characteristic letter, to join the undertaking, and though he afterwards wrote of Brook Farm with not uncharitable humour as "a perpetual picnic, a French Revolution in small, an age of reason in a patty-pan," among its founders were many of his near friends.

  • Very smart of you to notice it, but rather uncharitable to suggest that it was cause and effect.

  • Nor I would not send them to hell, for I should not be uncharitable enough to do that.

  • There 's always someone worse off than you they say which I think is a pretty uncharitable thought.

  • Ann was equally tolerant when playing bridge, tho she could be scathing of pompousness or uncharitable behavior.

  • Perhaps the uncharitable nature with which Cradle are often received, is simply our most instinctive way to relate.

  • Noote berates them for their uncharitable attitude and, when the Dean arrives, he demands that they thank him properly for the party.

  • There are dozens of ambiguous statements in Wrightâs works that are quite susceptible to uncharitable constructions.

  • Society tends to take an uncharitable view of these vulnerable youngsters.

  • If she 's too clever for her husband... ELIZABETH: Oh come, Aunt Jane - do n't be so uncharitable !

  • However, while this may have been grounds for condemning the show in the 70's it feels a little uncharitable to do so now.

  • Rather uncharitable: he 's just a crap comic, not a criminal.

  • I thought him very uncharitable, saying in my heart, What, are not my endeavors a sufficient ground of hope?

  • Take another case: the complicated question of charity, which some highly uncharitable idealists seem to think quite easy.

  • Having taken patients part-way through the investigative process, it would seem uncharitable suddenly to wash our hands of the situation.

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