[ UK /ʌnkˈa‍ɪndnəs/ ]
  1. lack of sympathy
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How To Use unkindness In A Sentence

  • His offended love, and Malvolio's humiliated suffering, are reminders of the harm done by mistake, mischance, drink, thoughtlessness and unkindness.
  • He positioned himself for the endgame, unleashing that Batman-esque unkindness of ravens which smashed into the square.
  • ‘Meanness’ connotes not only the personal characteristics of spite, unkindness, or aggression, but also the social conditions of shabbiness and impoverishment.
  • In the face of your inconsideration or unkindness, I may experience pain, indignation, chagrin, shame, annoyance, bashfulness and more besides.
  • A skull rests on the threshold as a reminder of the wages of sin, and, above, an unkindness of ravens presides.
  • He hadn't been able to resist this still elegant, once-upon-a-time siren, whose beauty had been hidden by the unkindness of time and circumstance.
  • Unkindness, especially unkindness coupled with wit, is the greatest asset a courtier can possess.
  • The mite was a waif too, alone in the world when his father was at sea, pathetically helpless, with no defence against blows and unkindness. Sisters
  • Some examples: A shrewdness of apes, cete of badgers, army of caterpillars, knot of toads, unkindness of ravens, or a clowder of cats. link Boing Boing: March 28, 2004 - April 3, 2004 Archives
  • An unkindness of ravens circled him from above.
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