Definitions

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  • adjective unfair, or not sportsmanlike

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  • adjective violating accepted standards or rules

Etymologies

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un- +‎ sporting

Examples

  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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