unfairly, below the belt(adverb)
in an unfair manner
"they dealt with him unfairly"; "their accusations hit below the belt"
In a manner that is unfair, which is not just.
The numerical value of unfairly in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of unfairly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Two very small entities in a large U.S. industry are asking for unique protection - and not from unfairly traded imports.
The paintings support the case for how unfairly and grossly the original peoples were treated by the white settlers who invaded their aboriginal territories.
When the allegation is unfair subsidization, you've got to remember that you're not just going after companies abroad for behaving unfairly. You're going after an entire foreign economy for being run differently.
Atena is a prisoner of conscience – she has committed no real crime, she is being unfairly punished simply for exercising her right to free speech, association and assembly. We've been calling on Iran's Supreme Leader and Head of the Judiciary to release Atena immediately. If not, we'll continue to fight for her freedom.
This does put a lid on the nuclear program, but we still have a lot of concern about the bad behavior and the actions by Iran which remains the largest state sponsor of terrorism which does go after and undermine governments in the region, that poses an existential threat to Israel, that unfairly, unlawfully confines and tries Americans on trumped up charges, that bad behavior is something we have to address.
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