unlovingly


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unlovingly

(ʌnˈlʌvɪŋlɪ)
adv
not in a loving manner
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The Duce as "living statue"--even more "granitic" and infused with the spirit of romanita--recalls the rise and fall of Emperor Tiberius's murderous henchman, Sejanus, so unlovingly detailed by Tacitus and Juvenal (195).
By deliberately and unlovingly harming other people, a person wounds the becoming social self.
They aren't usually at the top of our list on Valentine's Day and while we may be lucky enough to be spoiled with chocolates and treats, this could lead to us treating our own hearts rather unlovingly