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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncharitableun‧char‧it‧a‧ble /ʌnˈtʃærətəbəl/ adjective  UNKINDunkind or unfair in the way you judge people uncharitable remarks
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uncharitableIn short, I am feeling uncharitable.Rain felt distinctly uncharitable as she straightened the bed and tried to pretend they had never been there.Sure, she had indulged in the occasional uncharitable observation that his affection for the child was no more than a front.Perhaps it was the clash of Third World beach and Dallas skyscraper which triggered my uncharitable scepticism about his extraordinary Utopianism.Although, she thought with uncharitable spitefulness, he was old enough to be her father.You got us into this, was my uncharitable thought, now you hold the fort while we climb out of it.uncharitable thoughtsYet how uncharitable to keep this gem to myself.
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