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unkind

adjective un·kind \-ˈkīnd\

: not friendly, pleasant, helpful, etc. : not kind

Full Definition of UNKIND

1
:  not pleasing or mild :  inclement <an unkind climate>
2
:  lacking in kindness or sympathy :  harsh, cruel
un·kind·ness \-ˈkīn(d)-nəs\ noun

Examples of UNKIND

  1. It was unkind of you not to invite her.
  2. How could you be so unkind?

First Known Use of UNKIND

13th century

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