Unfairly in a sentence

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Definition of Unfairly

  • in an unfair manner

How to use unfairly in a sentence. Unfairly pronunciation.

A clergyman in the State of New York, through the influence of a disaffected member, was unfairly and precipitately deprived of his pulpit, which involved a large family in necessity.
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If anybody thinks I have given an unfair instance, or that I characterize it unfairly, let them take other testimony where no prejudice can be supposed.
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But dirt, bathing, etc., etc., followed unfairly, will worm him from his folly-so swear not.
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We deceive ourselves, if we imagine that we approach the subject without any danger of judging it unfairly.
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My father underlined many words in his letters; these have not always been given in italics,-a rendering which would unfairly exaggerate their effect.
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On the other hand, I have been struck (and probably unfairly from the class) with the variability of every part in some slight degree of every species.
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I know that Lyell has been INFINITELY kind about my affair, but your dashed (i.e., underlined] "INDUCE" gives the idea that Lyell had unfairly urged Murray.
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Are you not acting unfairly towards yourself?
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Argemone was busy in her boudoir (too often a true boudoir to her) among books and statuettes, and dried flowers, fancying herself, and not unfairly, very intellectual.
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Running back his thoughts, as distinctly as it was possible for him to do, to the occurrences of the previous night, he remembered much that fully satisfied him that Carlton had played against him most unfairly; he not only induced him to drink until his mind was confused, but had taken advantage of this confused state, to cheat in the grossest manner.
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He heard their complaints of ill usage in the articles of provisions and appointments, and did them upon all occasions the strictest justice, save that he was never known to restore one recruit to his freedom from the service, however unfairly or even illegally his attestation might have been obtained.
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No doubt your shippers are being treated unfairly, both by the express companies and by the Interstate Commerce Commission.
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The next letter has been included because it shows Lane's direct and unequivocal method when defending a subordinate whom he thought unfairly criticized.
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Uncle Maurice bore injustice as he had borne contempt; unfairly treated by men, he raised his eyes higher, and trusted in the justice of Him who cannot be deceived.
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After he had enjoyed his own Pecksniff, tasting him with the "strenuous tongue" of Keats's voluptuary bursting "joy's grapes against his palate fine," Dickens most unfairly gives himself the other and incompatible joy of grasping his Pecksniff in the third dimension, seizes him "in the round," horsewhips him out of all keeping, and finally kicks him out of a splendid art of fiction into a sorry art of "poetical justice," a Pecksniff not only defeated but undone.
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In the prize-fight of life, my dear Austin, our uncle Hippias has been unfairly hit below the belt.
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For Carnac there was, duly or unduly, fairly or unfairly, a fate better than that of John Grier.
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Yet at the beginning of America's participation in the war, it was plain that the old feeling of intolerance; the disposition to treat the Negro unfairly, was yet abroad in the land.
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He felt that she was stating the case unfairly.
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The label on one of the skulls in the Munich Collection, “Etruscan-Tyrol, or Inca-Peruvian,” characterizes not too unfairly the present state of ethnological craniology.
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Examples of Unfairly

Example #1
At supper the good man had the pain of beholding the last morsel of bread placed upon the table without the least means or prospect of a supply for his children's breakfast.
Example #2
His wife, full of grief with her children, retired to her bed.
Example #3
Read Mrs. Kemble's "Journal" of her stage life.
Example #4
Yet from childhood some of her nearest and dearest she had known as actors.
Example #5
Infest the poor widow; her lord's effects will be void.
Example #6
It now appeared to say: "Potations do sometimes wake wines; turnips restrain passion; causes necessary to state.