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- n. The state of being unfriendly.
- n. An unfriendly act.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being unfriendly; want of kindness; disfavor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. dislike experienced as an absence of friendliness
- n. an unfriendly disposition
This Proclamation was a praiseworthy document, stating the grievances of the American settlers, namely unfriendliness and threats of expulsion, also declaring the justice of overthrowing a government which had confiscated mission property calling upon the assistance of peace-loving citizens of California and promising not to molest persons who had not taken up arms.
As you may know , Toronto has a less than stellar reputation with the rest of the country, and "unfriendliness" is high on the list of complaints.
"Numerous problems have been identified in current key management methodologies, including the lack of guidance, inadequate scalability of the methods used to distribute keys, and user dissatisfaction because of the 'unfriendliness' of these methods," the report states.
A TOURIST has blasted Albury for its "unfriendliness" after he was told to stop camping in a van at Noreuil Park.
This kind of unfriendliness can be likened to the attitude that Uyghurs get in a big city like Beijing or Shanghai.
As for my unfriendliness, I guessed it had something to do with the soon-to-be overcooked cake and ... perhaps ... a lot to do with the not-so-little girl.
There are times when skepticism, unfriendliness, and downright misanthropy are called for.
If an unsuspecting Cameroonian landed in New York City, he would be floored by our relative unfriendliness.
Those low on extroversion should be mindful that their reserve may be misinterpreted as unfriendliness or arrogance.
What was fascinating was the nearly identical rhythm of the unfriendliness in both camps: the vague doubts, something that the speaker could not quite articulate that made him or her distrust Obama or despise Clinton.