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  • adjective comparative form of unfair: more unfair

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Examples

  • No schoolboy in a class debate could be guilty of unfairer argument.

    The Other Animals

  • The savings of the unfairer sex will be footed by retiring men, but then they will be quids-in on their cars.

    Discrimination ruling: Fast cars, sex and insurance | Editorial

  • Another Feminist Outrage As if she hasn't already suffered enough indignities at the hands of the unfairer sex, Hillary Clinton will make "about $4,700 less as secretary of state than her predecessor, Condoleezza Rice," the Associated Press reports:

    Dad Rahm Keeps Mum

  • It is common among the unfairer sex, that they generally have little to say of any interest unless irritated or piqued.

    Idle chatter ...

  • If yes, then abortion is much unfairer to the child than any haggles about financial responsibility could be.

    When it comes to reproduction, men and women really ARE different

  • Again Bab felt that it was not fair -- she thought the fairy was unfairer even than Selina; _but_ she was a fairy, and besides that, Bab _had_ brought Blackamè down upon them; so she said instantly, not meekly and humbly; for that was not her way -- but in a resolute, hearty manner, that gave one confidence to see -- "Just tell me, and I'll do it."

    Little Folks (December 1884) A Magazine for the Young

  • This is at once frowned down by the unfairer sex, and Can Grande, appealed to by the other side, shakes his shoulders, and replies, "No, you are only miserable women, and cannot be admitted into any Jesuit establishment whatever."

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 22, August, 1859

  • No schoolboy in a class debate could be guilty of unfairer argument.

    The Other Animals

  • As if man could invent an unfairer scheme to settle private quarrels!

    Sonnie-Boy's People

  • No schoolboy in a class debate could be guilty of unfairer argument.

    Revolution, and Other Essays

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