[ UK /ʌntʃˈæɹɪtəbəl/ ]
lacking love and generosity
all pious words and uncharitable deeds
How To Use uncharitable In A Sentence
- It should be emphasised that there was nothing uncharitable or un-Christian about the Moderator's remarks, as readers can judge for themselves by reading his exclusive interview with this newspaper.
- And have a look at what Hidding went on to say straight after his uncharitable remarks about Australia's leading independent news source.
- Mag. 1758, p. 555.] 'As to the alledged design of making the compilement pass for the work of old Mr. Cibber, the charges seem to have been founded on a somewhat uncharitable construction. Life of Johnson
- This imp was called a boggart in the old times, now we call such by other names -- ill-temper, meanness, uncharitableness, and the like. Pepper & Salt or, Seasoning for Young Folk
- He maintained that it was uncharitable to say, 'What a bad sermon So-and-so preached,' and not uncharitable to say, 'Well, it is better than the sickening stuff one generally hears'; uncharitable to say, 'What nasty soup this is!' and not uncharitable to say, 'Well, it is better than the filthy pigwash generally called soup.' Hugh Memoirs of a Brother
- That's not only uncharitable, it's an almost guaranteed way to blind oneself to all the graces of the sacrament of Holy Orders.
- I don't want to be uncharitable, but he isn't very intelligent, is he?
- Yet, unmindful of the calumny and criticism heaped on her by an uncharitable press and a still more uncharitable society, MS bravely travelled that long and difficult road from Madurai to Rashtrapathi Bhavan.
- Kentaro, for his part, was thinking uncharitable thoughts towards Camus.
- I felt a little uncharitable: maybe they were just honest but hard-up Grimsby trawlermen, reduced to hawking their catch on the streets.