Examples of unkind in a Sentence
It was unkind of you not to invite her.
How could you be so unkind?
Recent Examples of unkind from the Web
News points out, Lady Gaga fans have been particularly unkind to Sheeran on social media, after Sheeran appeared to negatively mention Gaga during a Beats Radio 1 interview with Zane Lowe earlier this year.
My schools, in Cambridge and in Oxford, were interesting places: beautiful, old, sometimes unkind, and often eccentric.
The Memorial has been unkind to Fowler in recent years.
The cruel twists of fate are unkind to the misfortunate.
BOSTON -- Unkind thoughts, expressed by spectators in a fortissimo tone to superstars, occur occasionally, even at home, particularly after poor performances.
Rather than steer her daughter away from the potential for similarly unkind receptions, Birkin pushed Gainsbourg into acting.
Some comments were, um, unkind, as the venue has been under attack for not setting famed killer whale Lolita free.
Other passengers being selfish, loud or unkind to the airline staff or other travelers.
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First Known Use of unkind
UNKIND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unkind for English Language Learners
: not friendly, pleasant, helpful, etc. : not kind
UNKIND Defined for Kids
Definition of unkind for Students
: not kind or sympathetic an unkind remark
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