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- adj. Alternative spelling of unneighbourly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not neighborly; distant; reserved; solitary; exclusive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not neighborly; not in accordance with the duties or obligations of a neighbor; distant; reserved; hence, unkind: as, an unneighborly act.
- In an unneighborly manner; distantly; with reserve; hence, unkindly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not exhibiting the qualities expected in a friendly neighbor
However, CEQA can also be abused by unneighborly residents who simply want to stick it to their own neighbors.
The most vicious and unneighborly behavior of all, though, can be found among some of the parasitic wasps that so impressed Darwin.
That would be unneighborly, and to this fella, unneighborliness is downright unAmerican.
If this was a real sign, it would likely be pretty unneighborly and thus much less funny.
South of the state line in Florida, state officials and wildlife advocates say Georgia's behavior is unneighborly, and putting at risk not only mussels and sturgeon but the oyster and seafood industry in Apalachicola Bay.
Not to mention how unneighborly that would be to Mexico, to send them back "Americanized" kids -- who speak English better than Spanish like they don't have enough problems there.
And, b just kinda unneighborly given the informality of the blog.
But it is injurious, and unneighborly, when zealots try to compel public education to infuse theism into scientific education.
Making fuels from sunlight could be the first really new economic activity for deserts since the AEC realized back in the 50s that they were useful for sequestering unneighborly activities like detonating nuclear devices.
He knew that Heathcote had gone away in great dudgeon, and he almost feared that he had been harsh and unneighborly.