from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an uncharitable manner; without charity.

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  • adverb In an uncharitable manner.


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  • He turns from his sin (v. 14), and is resolved that he will have no more to do with it; and, as an evidence of his repentance for wrong done, he restores the pledge (v. 15) which he had taken uncharitably from the poor, he gives again that which he had robbed and taken unjustly from the rich.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi) 1721

  • Phonecalls pour into my cellphone from people who long to hear something that hints of the sacred instead of the material that they uncharitably describe to me on the phone, mainly because they at least feel they have a chance to vent their frustrations.

    The State of Catholic Music in the U.S. 2009

  • Even assuming, uncharitably, that exactly the same people bought all four of his books, and all those copies were read by only one person each, he still brings a potential audience of around 700,000 people, going by the figures his publishers shared with us.

    Archive 2010-01-01 2010

  • Easier to feel like that, I think fleetingly, uncharitably, when you're living in our mortgage-free house.

    Diary of a separation 2011

  • A local reporter – who, in the video, is heard somewhat uncharitably telling Williams: "I'm going to make you work for your dollar" – filmed the short video, and posted it on the internet.

    Ted Williams, homeless former radio announcer, handed NBA role 2011

  • My boyfriend was experiencing health problems and was frequently in the hospital—it was thought to be his own fault since he would not stop drinking for long—and I was viewed, charitably at first, uncharitably later, as a codependent caretaker of a privileged white man—“in it,” the Paterson adjunct asserted to the group, “for the money.”

    Un(en)titled Ann Bogle 2011

  • And "Everything That Rises Must Converge," in keeping with what Steven says above, neatly balances its racist mom with a puffed-up (secretly hateful) liberal son, which has the effect of flattening racism to the level of an ordinary character failing (the story could uncharitably be viewed as a prototype for the most banal kind of anti-PC Republican talking point).

    Signature Elements 2009

  • There's a protest going on as Endacott - rather uncharitably - grasses her up to the TV camera.

    Commonwealth Games 2010 live blog: 7 October Anna Kessel 2010

  • At first, I uncharitably suspected Brown of using his child much as Richard Heene used his son Falcon in the recent Balloon Boy hoax.

    Giles Slade: Review of Boy In The Moon 2010

  • The Mime responded somewhat uncharitably, saying: Ina Garten?

    Archive 2008-02-01 2008


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