Related formsun·gen·er·os·i·ty [uhn-jen-uh-ros-i-tee] /ˌʌn dʒɛn əˈrɒs ɪ ti/, nounun·gen·er·ous·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for ungenerous
I am referring here to establishment Republicans, which for 150 years have consistently been the party of the rich and ungenerous.
Dickens showed the land to be “a troubled republic: ambitious, cruel, ungenerous, brutal, and divided.”
It's an ungenerous view, and one that Under the Sun goes a long way to undermine.
To be wealthy, married, unfaithful, and ungenerous is to insult a woman's basic intelligence, as well as her pride.
Some of my relatives felt I was ungenerous, and some simply wondered, Whose side are you on?
Do not shrink, and suspect, and hang back from what it may involve, with selfish and unconfiding and ungenerous half-heartedness.Kept for the Master's Use|Frances Ridley Havergal
Therefore her uncle's promise had made her very happy, and she forgave the ungenerous allusion to the two beggars.Ayala's Angel|Anthony Trollope
It is ungenerous of you to taunt me with that now, just because I will not gratify your curiosity.The Marriage of Esther|Guy Boothby
"I don't mean to be ungenerous or yet ungrateful," replied Garth a bit stiffly, flushing under the girl's reproachful eyes.The Short Cut|Jackson Gregory
But when she was so ungenerous as to call me "a pretty boy," the fire returned to my heart, and I too drew myself up proudly.The Rose of Old St. Louis|Mary Dillon