Still regarding him sharply but not unsympathetically
the man of science bluntly inquired:
I was so annoyed that I felt coldly even toward Antonia and listened unsympathetically
when she told me her father was not well.
"If you do I'll drag you down to the rainwater hogshed and drop you in," said Anne unsympathetically
. "Cheer up, dearest.
'It will gradually sink in,' she said, unsympathetically
"I don't think there is much fear of your dying of grief as long as you can talk, Anne," said Marilla unsympathetically
I am going to die." "How do you know?" said Mary unsympathetically
. She didn't like the way he had of talking about dying.
(I may here remark that I suppose myself to be better acquainted than any living authority, with the ridgy effect of a wedding-ring, passing unsympathetically
over the human countenance.)
With the check upon him of being unsympathetically
restrained in a genial outburst of enthusiasm, Mr.
Then Falk (ostensibly when it fitted in with his other work, but, if the truth were known, simply when his arbitrary spirit moved him), after ascertaining carefully in the office that there was enough money to meet his bill, would come along unsympathetically
, glaring at you with his yellow eyes from the bridge, and would drag you out dishevelled as to rigging, lumbered as to the decks, with unfeeling haste, as if to execution.
Helena Evans, who has a grandchild at the school, said: "What has really appalled me is the way in which these children and staff have been recklessly and unsympathetically
abandoned by adding insult to injury by virtually allowing the school to be ransacked while they are still pupils at that school.
Unfortunately, humans have been squandering those God-gifted natural resources unsympathetically
, as what humans have done to life-serving and supporting water commodity.
Erika Mann, working as an American war correspondent, was not so confident redemption was possible, unsympathetically
writing to her brother Klaus, "in their [the German people's] hearts, self-deception and dishonesty, arrogance and docility, shrewdness and stupidity are repulsive mingled and combined" (19).