Ungenerous sentence example
What I always want is for them to say the marks are broadly accurate, if a little ungenerous.
It is perhaps the worst crime, because the most cold-blooded and ungenerous, which can be laid to his charge.
It thus came to pass that in Purcell's voluminous biography much that was obviously never intended for the public eye was, perhaps inadvertently, printed, together with a good deal of ungenerous comment.
In the negotiations of the Treaty of Paris (1783) the Dutch found themselves abandoned by their allies and com elled Pea c e of y, p to accept the disadvantageous but not ungenerous terms accorded to them by Great Britain.
Indisputably Charles was cruel, ungenerous and vindictive; yet he seems, at all hazards, strenuously to have endeavoured to do his duty during a period of political and religious transition, and, despite his violence and brutality, possessed many of the qualities of a wise and courageous statesman.Advertisement
In any case, the accusation is ungenerous.
He is described as the patron (if a somewhat ungenerous one) of literature; it was under his auspices that Firdousi collected the ancient myths of Persia and produced the great epic Sha/inama (Book of the Kings).
He gives fullest scope to the ungenerous view that a vast proportion of professedly revealed truth was ingeniously palmed off by the more cunning on the more ignorant for the convenience of keeping the latter under.
Female respondents were on the whole not ungenerous in their estimations of Australianness as broadcast on the ABC.
Over this Munis was not so much bitter as sad - sad that comrades in the movement should have been so ungenerous.Advertisement
We were in truth becoming very bored which seemed most ungenerous as Mamallapuram was a reasonable place to be.
Despite being the most guilty and ungenerous participants involved, they are still allowed to define the rules of the game.
These proposals will strike most people as a gratuitously ungenerous response by the state to those who have been locked up unjustly.