unhelpfulness


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unhelpfulness

(ʌnˈhɛlpfʊlnɪs)
n
the quality of giving no help
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Noun1.unhelpfulness - an inability to be helpful
unkindness - lack of sympathy
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unhelpfulness

[ˈʌnˈhelpfʊlnɪs] N [of person] → falta f de espíritu de servicio; [of remark, advice, book, computer] → inutilidad f
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They seemed to live in a state of mutual unhelpfulness and suspicion.
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A club which turned obstruction and unhelpfulness into an art form has finally found its voice.
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naval ships, and its unhelpfulness on the Korean peninsula.
There is the indifference and unhelpfulness of parents.
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