Definitions for unkindʌnˈkaɪnd

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

un•kindʌnˈkaɪnd(adj.)-er, -est.

  1. lacking in kindness or mercy; severe.

Origin of unkind:

1200–50

un•kind′ness(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. unkind(adj)

    lacking kindness

    "a thoughtless and unkind remark"; "the unkindest cut of all"

  2. pitiless, unkind(adj)

    deficient in humane and kindly feelings

Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

  1. unkind(adjective)ʌnˈkaɪnd

    behaving in a mean or unfriendly way

    unkind comments; It was unkind of her not to invite you.; Don't be so unkind to each other.

Wiktionary

  1. unkind(Adjective)

    Having no race or kindred; childless.

  2. unkind(Adjective)

    Not kind; contrary to nature, or the law of kind or kindred; unnatural.

  3. unkind(Adjective)

    Wanting in kindness, sympathy, benevolence, gratitude, or the like; cruel; harsh; unjust; ungrateful.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Unkind(adj)

    having no race or kindred; childless

  2. Unkind(adj)

    not kind; contrary to nature, or the law of kind or kindred; unnatural

  3. Unkind(adj)

    wanting in kindness, sympathy, benevolence, gratitude, or the like; cruel; harsh; unjust; ungrateful


Translations for unkind

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

unkind(adjective)

cruel or harsh

You were very unkind to her.

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