unfairly

[ US /ənˈfɛɹɫi/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈe‍əli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an unfair manner
    they dealt with him unfairly
    their accusations hit below the belt
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How To Use unfairly In A Sentence

  • These require you to face manipulative individuals, relinquish your rights unfairly or be exquisitely tactful when you'd be justified in blowing up. Times, Sunday Times
  • Physicians and hospitals fear the practice could unfairly penalize practitioners and say there's no way to benchmark quality accurately.
  • It was a singular, unpreventable event that has unfairly tarred all businesses.
  • Do you feel you have been unfairly stereotyped by the press?
  • The events had stained the city's reputation unfairly.
  • The closely held retailer said it would sue its partner to recoup more than $ 50 million it claims was unfairly withdrawn.
  • The judges decided to exclude evidence which had been unfairly attained.
  • Teachers claim such measures could unfairly disadvantage ethnic minorities.
  • In this light, even the discussion about successors to Heinlein nags at me, because I see it, perhaps unfairly, as another aspect of trying to come up with easy categorization in a field where such categorization is anything but easy and where labels create false expectation after false expectation. January « 2010 « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website
  • The judges decided to exclude evidence which had been unfairly attained.
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