Sorry, no definitions found.
“What an unbusiness-like fellow you are! — you ask for a stove, — I send it, — and you neither tell me whether you like it, nor if it is arrived!”
“That I failed in business because I was unbusiness-like and credulous — in not being prepared for the interested designs of my partner.”
“It allows CFE to continue to be arrogant, inefficient and unbusiness-like.”
“But even this vicious and unbusiness-like system appears not to have been adhered to in the case of Mr. Cowperwood.”
“His days resembled a blurred nightmare, in which he sped from one dingy office to the next, or sat through interviews with lawyers and bankers — humiliating interviews, in the course of which his unbusiness-like conduct, his want of NOUS in money matters was mercilessly dragged to light.”
“Neither was yet due ... and when Sir Jake heard what she had done, he rather called her over the coals for so unbusiness-like a proceeding.”
“But she had pointed out that a move as unbusiness-like as that would invite investigation and she didn't see why she should suffer financially for his unpredictable conscience.”
“They even laughed occasionally, for the girls, in their ignorance, asked queer questions; Tom made ludicrously unbusiness-like propositions; and Maud gave them one hearty peal, that did”
“Such was the unbusiness-like disposition of the poor creature, she would at once have surrendered it, had the prescription been hers to give.”
“Often as the elder partner looked upon the sensible, kindly, handsome-featured face, he reminded himself how very dear to his father in his old age had been this unbusiness-like, pleasure-loving, steeplechase-riding younger son, who had been but a boy at school when the old man had died.”
‘unbusiness-like’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for unbusiness-like.