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uncooperatively

Definitions

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  • adv. In an uncooperative manner.

Etymologies

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uncooperative +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Acting uncooperatively dominates acting cooperatively.

    Causal Decision Theory

  • However, each does better if he acts uncooperatively, no matter what the other does.

    Causal Decision Theory

  • Dominance recommends acting uncooperatively, whereas expected utility computed with conditional probabilities recommends acting cooperatively.

    Causal Decision Theory

  • Using conditional probabilities, the expected utility of acting cooperatively exceeds the expected utility of acting uncooperatively.

    Causal Decision Theory

  • Larry Kramer, the 65-year-old AIDS activist who became notorious for shouting on "Nightline" and being arrested at the White House, is dying the way he has always exhorted others to die -- that is, furiously and uncooperatively.

    The Angry Prophet Is Dying

  • I like to illustrate my blogs and hate it when I finish a blog but can't post it for hours because Blogger's "Add Image" feature is behaving uncooperatively.

    Archive 2006-12-03

  • She gritted her teeth, and forced her dress back on, the fabric rolling and twisting uncooperatively as she wiggled.

    The Killing Hour

  • United Fruit found Guatemala's new and uncooperatively leftist government irksome.

    Telling Flackery From Fakery: A Spinmeister's Elusive Career

  • The employees might consider the job demeaning and insignificant and might sabotage it by working slowly and uncooperatively or by refusing to follow the procedures.

    Stress and the Manager

  • The 15-mm-thick hardened-steel links on this 10-pound beast slide uncooperatively when you try to violate them.

    Wired Top Stories

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