adjective un·kind·ly \-ˈkīn(d)-lē\

Definition of UNKINDLY

:  not kindly
un·kind·li·ness noun

First Known Use of UNKINDLY

13th century



Definition of UNKINDLY

:  in an unkind manner <dwells unkindly long on his final decline — A. H. Johnston>

First Known Use of UNKINDLY

14th century


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