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  • n. The state or condition of being uncharitable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or character of being uncharitable.


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uncharitable +‎ -ness


  • Christ; but altho it is certain our Lord and Judge will deeply resent all these things, yet there is one thing which He takes more tenderly, and that is, the uncharitableness of men towards His poor.

    The World's Great Sermons, Volume 02 Hooker to South

  • Barack Obama and uncharitableness which is linked to from the section.

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  • Arnot Robertson wrote, No one who worked with Guy Ramsey in Fleet Street could ever forget him as a colleague. he was the most generous, warm-hearted man I ever knew in that world where fame and success are written in yesterday's by-lines, and no ink fades quicker in memory, so that envy and uncharitableness is rarely far to seek.

    Guy Ramsey

  • If men would consider not so much wherein they differ, as wherein they agree, there would be far less of uncharitableness and angry feeling.

    Grande Lum: Tear Down the Walls: How to Move to Their Side

  • If the bit of information that Mike got on Dawkins is correct — that he was molested by an Anglican priest when he was a child — then I think it can explain much about Dawkins, and allow us to forgive him his uncharitableness.

    Behe vs. Dawkins

  • An apology for Dr. Michael Servetus: Including an account of his life, persecution, writings and opinions: being designed to eradicate bigotry and uncharitableness: ... liberality of sentiment amoung Christians by Richard Wright

    Obama is not a Christian . . . .

  • Rossetti said of all his male friends, Hughes was the sweetest and had the most ingenuous nature, the least carking and querulous, and the freest from envy, hatred and malice, and all uncharitableness.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • It is the duty of the general public to await the result in patience; and, above all things, to discourage, as they would any other crimes, the attempt to enlist the prejudices of the ignorant, or the uncharitableness of the bigoted, on either side of the controversy.


  • And it is very hard to resist the conclusion that when he charged journalism generally not merely with envy, hatred, malice, and all uncharitableness, but with hopeless and pervading dishonesty, he had little more ground for it than an inability to conceive how any one, except from vile reasons of this kind, could fail to praise

    Lost Illusions

  • For as it is uncharitableness in any man to neglect the impotent; so it is in the sovereign of a Commonwealth, to expose them to the hazard of such uncertain charity.



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