/ (ʌnˈlʌvɪŋ) /

  1. not feeling or showing love and affection

Words Nearby unloving

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How to use unloving in a sentence

  • Her resentful and unloving husband Edward Casubon, and the idealistic but impoverished Will Ladislaw.

  • Dean tries to reconnect with his mother, but she remains distant and unloving.

    Hollywood's Bad Mother Obsession | Stephen Farber | December 29, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • More than once she destroyed pages, as being too sacred a confidence for unloving eyes to read.

    Ramona | Helen Hunt Jackson
  • In the early sunlight, still a little cold and unloving, Peter could see that there was a change in the man.

    The Double Four | E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Until two years ago I never received a harsh word, or an unloving look.

    Alone | Marion Harland
  • A bitter oath escaped his lips as he beheld in his struggling captive the face of his beautiful, unloving bride.

    They Looked and Loved | Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
  • We have neglected our father's teaching; have been selfish and unloving, and so are no longer a blessing to ourselves or others.'

    The Story of the Big Front Door | Mary Finley Leonard