- deficient in charity; unkind; harsh; unforgiving; censorious; merciless: an uncharitable attitude; an uncharitable neighbor.
Origin of uncharitable
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Examples from the Web for uncharitable
For the laws of the states are uncharitable to one another in this respect.
It is very unwise to do that, and sometimes it may be most uncharitable.The Wesleyan Methodist Pulpit in Malvern
I don't like to be uncharitable, but they seem, in a way, so improper.Robert Orange
John Oliver Hobbes
He says that he "denounced" its course, "as illegal, uncharitable, and cruel."Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather
Charles W. Upham
But that she is very—what shall I say of her that will not seem harsh or uncharitable?Her Mother's Secret
Emma D. E. N. Southworth
- (of a person, remark, etc) unkind or lacking in generosityan uncharitable criticism
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