unkindliness


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un·kind·ly

 (ŭn-kīnd′lē)
adj. un·kind·li·er, un·kind·li·est
Not kindly; unkind.
adv.
In an unkind manner.

un·kind′li·ness n.

unkindliness

(ʌnˈkaɪndlɪnəs)
n
literary an unkindly nature or quality
References in classic literature ?
But the memory of his disobedience and unkindliness stayed with him, and more than fifty years after, as an old and worn man, he stood bare-headed in the wind and rain for an hour in the market-place, upon the spot where his father's stall had stood.
Israelites who are now to be treated with the maximum of unkindliness but the Israelite nation as a whole, Jesus pronouncing: 'The