unbrotherly

unbrotherly

(ʌnˈbrʌðəlɪ) or

unbrotherlike

adj
not brotherly
Translations

unbrotherly

adjunbrüderlich
References in classic literature ?
There does not breathe on God's earth a nobler-souled, more generous fellow, than Alfred, in all that concerns his equals; and we got on admirably with this property question, without a single unbrotherly word or feeling.
Moshe and Stimson were a sister-brother law partnership, and after Moshe told Stimson that she intended to leave the firm, Stimson--among other unbrotherly things--began making negative statements about Moshe's integrity and competence, so she filed suit against him for defamation.
Moshe and Stimson were a sister-brother law partnership, and after Moshe told Stimson that she intended to leave the firm, Stimson -- among other unbrotherly things -- began making negative statements about Moshe's integrity and competence, so she filed suit against him for defamation.
If indeed the English "no longer view them with rancor, or mistrust, or unbrotherly emotions," why, Aikin asked, was "the legal condition of Jews in England .
Jacob also very likely regrets his unbrotherly unkindness in not feeding his famished twin but demanding the birthright in exchange for some pottage.
To add salt to the wound of this unbrotherly betrayal, the Kuwaitis had drilled laterally into Iraq's share of the Rumailah oil field.
She also revealed Jamie, who had claimed they had a brother-sister relationship, had shown a distinctly unbrotherly interest in her outfit for the dinner at London's Savoy.
For Thomas Cartwright's similar comments on the "papist" origins of the name Puritan "very unbrotherly confirmed" by anti-Puritan or conformist Protestants in the Church of England, see Ayre, 1:172.
Three voices narrate this tale of intense unspoken feelings: Marina devastated by her brother Lex's suicide; Lex, consumed by his unbrotherly feelings toward his sister Marina; and West, the boy who loves Marina no matter what.