unsupportive

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adjective un·sup·port·ive \ˌən-sə-ˈpȯr-tiv\

Definition of unsupportive

  1. :  not providing support :  not supportive But any personal gain I may have realized as a result of this environment is tempered by a public attitude toward teaching that is not only unsupportive but at times antagonistic. — Howard Karlitz They were unsupportive of her decision.

1912

First Known Use of unsupportive

1912


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