The voters are not all unkind to him.
Neil, I don't wish to be unkind to Dr.
Distortion is unkind to people's faces.
This doesn't mean that they were unkind to her, but they may have unwittingly allowed her to become very frightened.
I am sorry I have been so unkind about Chelsea.
I think it might be because I was unkind about MySpace and Facebook.
I do not want to be unkind about New Zealand, but it is the size of a local authority.
I wouldn't want to be that unkind about a real person, I'd talking about her as a character.
Everyone is so unkind about Ann O'Neill, I'd glad you found something kind to say about her.
It would be easy to be unkind about it because it's tiny, distant satellite of an equally unglamourous commuter town.
It was unkind of you towards me.
Moe Lane PS: OK, yes, that was somewhat unkind of me.
It would have been unkind of me to write this while he was alive.
If she's not kind, then she's not unkind, and she's not unkind of she's not kind.
You are unkind in your comment.
Even when his patience was tried, he was never unkind in word or deed.
I saw that she felt she had been unkind in speaking so before the invalid.
In some ways, society was very different and very unkind in those earlier days.
Amazing how once I was willing to fully embrace it, no one has been unkind in their response.
I prefer the agenda to be in the Philippines settings but the internet seems to be unkind in exposing data specifically of my desire.
Heather never offered to pay rent and was soon taking Vanessa's clothes and food -- but Vanessa felt she was being unkind in getting annoyed.
Though our tastes do not always correspond, you told me that I wouldn't like Not Untrue and Not Unkind on an earlier year's longlist and you were correct.
Calling them ' stupid ' is unkind at the least.
I regret being unkind towards you.
Maybe then we wouldn't be so unkind towards those who aren't exactly like us.
I learned that day I never again wanted to be unkind with any of my words online.
Its soils are unwilling, its coasts unkind with precious little access to the bounties of the sea, which are also very few.