stepmotherly

stepmotherly

(ˈstɛpˌmʌðəlɪ)
adj
related to or having the characteristics of a stepmother
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They said that they are not being treated at par with other Sindh government employees and they are being stepmotherly treated and discriminated.
The families protested against the official apathy and stepmotherly treatment by the district administration of Sialkot and the federal and Punjab governments in this regard.
He alleged that stepmotherly treatment was being carried out with FATA.
For some reason that defies conventional logic, the NPS has since its inception been given stepmotherly treatment with regard to its tax structure.
One day, Mummy-not-so-dear shows up in disguise and tricks Snow White into taking a bite of a poison apple, putting her into a stepmotherly induced coma.
He pointed out that the rice, potatoes and sugar growers had been protesting against the stepmotherly treatment of the government but all fell on the deaf ear of the government because nothing had been done to mitigate the prevailing economic genocide of the farmers.
During the previous and present governments other employees like teachers, clerks, paramedics and class IV were not only promoted but their posts were upgraded too," Malik Bashir said, adding that all governments treated them as stepmotherly.
She has a stepmotherly attitude towards immigrants-which, in light of her own status as immigrant, is highly ironic.
But Pradeep Gidwani, coach and co-founder of The Pint Room, says that beer has been getting the stepmotherly treatment in India.
This undue recognition of cricket was seen once again as a stepmotherly treatment to all other games and sports in the country.
It has been Banerjee's longstanding complaint that the federal government has always dealt stepmotherly treatment to the eastern states.