Did you by any chance mean unkindness?
“The unkindest cut of all comes from Zbigniew Brzezinski—Jimmy Carter's national security adviser and one of the first to hop aboard the Obama bandwagon—who on MSNBC last month brought up the word most associated with Mr. Carter, though he never actually said it: "malaise.”
“The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which is tasked with keeping the party in the House majority after Nov. 2, began to make those unkindest of cuts last week, walking away, financially and figuratively, from more than half a dozen Democratic candidates.”
“Earlier today, in what might have been the unkindest cut of all to poor Mitt Romney, the Fox News Channel ran a graphic that didn't quite capture the ...”
“I shall not say why and how I became, at the age of 15, the mistress of the Earl of Craven," her book begins, proceeding to the unkindest cut: He "never once made me laugh nor said nor did anything to please me.”
“In the unkindest of cuts, several pundits accused him of conspiring with Sean Hannity.”
“«Politico offers the unkindest cut of all towards POTUS.”
“And the unkindest cut of all was that Haley Barbour -- Haley Barbour!”
“Beverly may have kept her head, but this loss felt like the unkindest cut yet — if only she'd plated her Rice Krispies in the conveyor-belt quickfire challenge, she'd have had immunity.”
“Politico offers the unkindest cut of all towards POTUS. »”
“Right now, though, he is gasping for breath from nerves as a doctor prepares him for the unkindest cut.”
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