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- n. Absence of charity; uncharitableness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Uncharitableness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of charity; uncharitableness.
Christian uncharity and contempt for all “men of God” save its own.
But today reparation should be made for the petty uncharity of those who get exercised by the Lord's own practice.
I never see a face more full of malice and uncharity.
The hater of uncharity is so given to love that no uncharity can enter into his life.
The Master said, I have seen no one that loves love and hates uncharity.
There was no brag or bounce about him, no hideousness of noise or mafficking, no hatred of foreigners or cruelty of uncharity, but a grim steadfastness of determination which meant that, so far as he might, Bates would do or die.
Imagine us facing a wind from the east composed of steel filings and all uncharity.
Aurore now found herself in the hands of a woman of the people, ennobled for a time by beauty and a true affection, but sinking, her good inspiration gone, into the bitterest ill-temper and most vulgar uncharity.
Yet there is a certain justice in the inference that women are often most severely condemned by those who are no better than themselves; and this insincerity of uncharity is far more to be dreaded than the over-zeal of virtuous hearts, which oftenest helps and heals where it has been obliged to wound.
We should not confound uncharity with a sort of natural repugnance and antipathy, instinctive to some natures, betraying a weakness of character, if you will, but hardly what one could call a clearly defined fault.
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