unneighbourly

ADJECTIVE
  1. not exhibiting the qualities expected in a friendly neighbor
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How To Use unneighbourly In A Sentence

  • That unfriendly, unbrotherly, unneighbourly, as well as rash and unmannerly, Spurning of the Execution, and then sending it to John Adams diary 7, 21 March - 18 October 1761
  • I don't say as they're actin 'unneighbourly in talking about the pleece, so long as they don't do no more than talk," said Beale, with studied fairness and moderation. Harding's Luck
  • A spokesman for JD Wetherspoon said: ‘We don't see it as unneighbourly; it is well run, well managed, doesn't cause any problems in the area and we don't see that an extra hour will cause problems.’
  • But, there may have been the drawback on this magnanimous morality, that its exponents held a true witness before Justice to be the next unneighbourly and accursed character to a false one. Our Mutual Friend
  • He said: ‘My view is that although the Holker estate is within its rights, it is an unneighbourly action.’
  • Despite being accompanied by a 1,100-strong petition, the plan was refused by SLDC on the grounds it was unneighbourly and it was not in character with Ford Park a Grade II listed building.
  • It would spell out swingeing cuts in corporation tax and other unneighbourly acts that, if forced, we could retaliate with. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before long, however, the perky pensioner is running rings around the pair with an unending series of demands and unneighbourly behaviour that drives them up the wall.
  • There has been lately a very great struggle between the two parties for the choice of these two magistrates, which had this amicable conclusion — namely, that they chose one of either side; so that neither party having the victory, it is to be hoped it may be a means to allay the heats and unneighbourly feuds which such things breed in towns so large as this is. A Tour through the Eastern Counties of England, 1722
  • These people, he said, would probably rest at some Parahuari village, where they would be sure to give a description of us, and so it might eventually come to the knowledge of our unneighbourly neighbour Runi that we had left Green Mansions
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