adjective, un·kind·li·er, un·kind·li·est.
- unkindest cut,
Origin of unkindly
Examples from the Web for unkindly
In fact, I once wrote of him most unkindly, in a piece titled " I Can't Stand Lieberman."
Rather, they appear to be, to put it unkindly, preening bozos.
There was mockery in the depths of her eyes, but the scarlet lips arched in a not unkindly smile.A Volunteer with Pike|Robert Ames Bennet
All this time, Curdie had to be sorry, without a chance of confessing, that he had behaved so unkindly to the princess.The Princess and the Goblin|George MacDonald