unsympathetically

ADVERB
  1. without sympathy; in an unsympathetic manner
    the judge listened to the accused unsympathetically
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How To Use unsympathetically In A Sentence

  • It worries them that many vintage structures, both vernacular and colonial, are being changed unsympathetically, resulting in eyesores, even on King Street.
  • They both then rushed pell-mell to the doctor, carrying dead snake and severed thumb, and Henry laughed very heartily and unsympathetically because, as it happened, the snake was a non-poisonous variety.
  • (I may here remark that I suppose myself to be better acquainted than any living authority, with the ridgy effect of a wedding – ring, passing unsympathetically over the human countenance.) Great Expectations
  • The museum does depict Stalin unsympathetically.
  • Unsympathetically it is the job of computer alarm clock to crystallized sinusoidally the feeble maledict grindelia halfway as the opsb and the generosity of new cetus in this lattice. Rational Review
  • Unsympathetically it is the job of computer alarm clock to crystallized sinusoidally the feeble maledict grindelia halfway as the opsb and the generosity of new cetus in this lattice. Rational Review
  • He believes that developers struggle to maintain prices when, at the peak of a market cycle, they've squeezed every last room they can into an unsympathetically designed space.
  • The castle was then a disused, grade II listed building that had unsympathetically been turned into four holiday flats.
  • It's like that sometimes," she said, not unsympathetically. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
  • She recalls how she handled a call from one man who rang in and spoke unsympathetically about his daughter's eating disorder.
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