Unkind sentence example

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  • Monica was a sweetheart who never said an unkind word about a soul.
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  • Be kind to unkind people - they need it most.
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  • He could not say an unkind word to anyone....
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  • It was most unkind of you to cruelly diagnose him otherwise and accuse him of being a thief.
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  • Try not to lose your temper or make snappy remarks because, although he may be attracted to your physically, he'll make a mental note that you were unkind, and that may come back to haunt you.
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  • Unkind perhaps but would watching the contestants play for, say, five rounds, answering the questions for nothing, make good television?
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  • Ours is such an unkind world, such an unkind society, so angry, so hostile, so merciless.
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  • I am not here to say anything unkind against the Roman church.
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  • Punky Brewster Maybe the world is blind, Or just a little unkind.
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  • It helps to appear calm and relaxed, and seems unkind to eat and drink in front of children who cannot.
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  • I know I sound very unkind here, but why should Kylie be given so much attention for having cancer?
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  • I have never seen a Persian unkind to his own horse or his slave, and when overtaken by poverty he will first sell his shirt, then his slave.
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  • It 's probably unkind to suggest a hint a jealousy in this, as in wishing for Eno 's money and profile.
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  • However if you are fighting against your own countrymen then I suspect the law will have something unkind to say about you.
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  • Behavior In the wild, guinea pigs live in close family groups, and it is unkind to keep one guinea pig.
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  • I do not think the innocent kitten can be guilty, and surely it is unkind to accuse a luncheon of being a murder.
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  • I now learn that during their row, unkind remarks were made about Standard managing director Bert Hardy.
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  • Water pistol in fist, she sprays us in revenge for our unkind cut of a few months back.
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  • He has a lot of unkind things to say about Bristol City Council.
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  • Yet, though his mother removed him from the council and began to keep him at a distance, her actions were not unkind.
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  • Weather was too unkind to do the trial sail but we did get to have a long talk with owner aboard the boat.
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  • Surely Benedict would not be so unkind as to leave her alone on such a dreadful night?
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  • In light of the recent controversy surrounding Miss USA, Rosie O'Donnell had some unkind words about Donald Trump.
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  • When summer rolls around many women experience the unkind effects of Mother Nature.
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  • Even those games that depend on someone making a fool of him or herself should not be unkind or cruel.
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  • Many unkind comparisons to Lost in Space were made over the introduction of families onto a starship.
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  • To Adam and Eve, however, he is not unkind.
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  • Now they can go bankrupt, or am I being unkind?
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  • Unkind critics have called it ugly which exposes resistance to its utterly modern look, particularly the large, twin, multi-reflector headlights.
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  • I understand it may cause disappointment to the people who have supported us and have appreciated our mod, but life is sometime unkind.
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  • Our detour had taken us over five miles wrong - very unkind to tired legs.
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  • Better die a thousand times than risk receiving an unkind look or bad opinion from him, Rostov decided; and sorrowfully and with a heart full despair he rode away, continually looking back at the Tsar, who still remained in the same attitude of indecision.
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  • Other celebrities who have also suffered under this unkind scrutiny include Demi Moore, Jennifer Lopez, and most recently, Jamie Lynn Spears.
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  • Ten days later, supported by his sons, Gustavus greeted the estates in the great hall of the palace, when he took a retrospect of his reign, reminding them of the misery of the kingdom during the union and its deliverance from "that unkind tyrant, King Christian."
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  • His visiting espionage, as unkind critics put it - his secret diplomatic mission, as he would have liked to have it put himself - began in the summer of 1722, and he set out for it in company with a certain Madame de Rupelmonde, to whom he as usual made love, taught deism and served as an amusing travelling companion.
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