ungenerosity

ungenerosity

(ˌʌnˌdʒɛnəˈrɒsɪtɪ)
n
the state of being ungenerous
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To show how far their ungenerosity can carry them, I will state that I offered to let Prof.
These were the two things uppermost in my mind; and I could open my mouth upon neither without black ungenerosity. So I did the next worst, and said nothing, nor so much as looked once at my companion, save with the tail of my eye.
He accused Dave and Angela of "arrogance and ungenerosity of spirit" and said their win had changed them from "being relatively humble to being rather grand".
It was one of the drawbacks of her easy beneficence [...]that she felt a little too distinctly that it was her own house, which, seeing she had given it to Mrs John, was an ungenerosity in the midst of her generosity.
Ultimately, it is the ungenerosity toward the concept of modernismo that has persisted on both sides of the Atlantic much more recently than the postulated early century attitudes that proves the most hostile to the concepts that Mejias-Lopez so brilliantly attempts to resurrect in his masterful presentation.
Kiaer has managed this near impossibility; "Offset/Black Tulip" delicately counters the glaring ungenerosity of its host.
Executive compensation plans that motivate managers to manipulate performance levels rather than to build genuine value for their firms fail to promote virtue; instead they encourage and reward vice, namely the character deficiency of "acquisitive ungenerosity," which for Aristotle amounts to the dishonorable worship of profit.
This may be a clever polemical ploy, but the ungenerosity of this characterization goes far to explaining the embittered nature of the debate.
Katia is actually Russian); his ungenerosity is displayed in the manner
From the United States to the European Union to the countries in the region, we had an immediate promise and pledge of full support for all what we did and there is nothing which has held us back in this in terms of ungenerosity by any donors,'' he said.
"The judge should not have done this, especially since opting out was likely to be the sensible course of action given the ungenerosity of the settlement to the Texas class," the court wrote.