Josie is shocked at how unsympathetic Indrani is about her marital breakup, complains about it to Raquel, and on and on.
“Warwick” is designed to be intensely unlikable and unsympathetic, rather than engaging.
I am not at all unsympathetic to the concerns of deficit hawks in both political parties.
This polarizing public profile positioned Harroun as an unsympathetic character as his case progressed through the U.S. courts.
Clueless grandparents ask about having more kids, unsympathetic to the rigors of hormones and needles and towering doctor fees.
Joffre was unsympathetic, though he held out hopes of co-operating in such an advance with the French army at a later date.
What most of all helped Lois in her self-restraint was her aunt's unsympathetic look.
What did it matter to him though its master was there, looking on with folded arms and unsympathetic face?
To which the unsympathetic may retort, that he does not deserve to be.
Emily was not unsympathetic, but she had had a rather wearing life.
1640s, "pertaining to sympathy," from Modern Latin sympatheticus, from Greek sympathetikos, from sympathein, from sympathes "having a fellow feeling, affected by like feelings" (see sympathy). Meaning "having fellow feeling" is recorded from 1718. In anatomical sense, the word is attested from 1769, from Modern Latin (nervus) sympathicus, coined by Jacques-Benigne Winslow (1669-1760), Danish anatomist living in Paris. Related: Sympathetically.
sympathetic sym·pa·thet·ic (sĭm'pə-thět'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or acting on the sympathetic nervous system.