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- adj. comparative form of unfriendly: more unfriendly
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But I have also heard comments (usually based on the experience of a two - or three-day exposure to the community) that the Mexican people of SMA are friendlier/unfriendlier (depending upon who is making the comment) than the people of Guanajuato.
Then it went down, down, toward the unfriendly folks and unfriendlier shadows hunting one another amongst the rocks below.
The unfriendly factions were getting unfriendlier by the day, even the hour.
Red Admiral that had dared unfriendlier gales, trimmed his painted sails to a wind that was the breath of spring.
Some of the less grateful passages had been censored by Medora's own hand and the unfriendlier of the critics thus partially disarmed in advance.
Some of the unfriendlier pitchers used to wait until they got ahead of him when he had two strikes then try to drill him in the ribs.
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