So I am not unsympathetic to the man.
I am not unsympathetic to the railways.
Governments are unsympathetic to aging.
He? s frustratingly unsympathetic to Elaine and I didn? t want him to come back.
He was equally unsympathetic to the rising spirit of nationalism in his own country.
And it's amazing how many mums are unsympathetic to my plight and get annoyed at me.
Just because it is racist doesn't necessarily mean it's a bad poem, or that it is unsympathetic to its subject.
Graeme Bird: 07 Mar 2012 5:34:35pm Its not that one is unsympathetic to the points that Swan is trying to make.
In their nature, such theories tend to be unsympathetic to male pride, considering that to be part of the problem.
I have not seen a post that is unsympathetic towards her.
This article is truly biased and unsympathetic towards manu.
Even worse, the allied commanders were unsympathetic towards French sensitivities.
Number 4: Strict AHTs Many customer service agents feel that their managers are almost robotically unsympathetic towards their daily trials and difficulties.
I'd unsympathetic about podcasts.
I spoke to Sony and they seem unsympathetic about it.
Nicely written! People can be bloody insensitive and unsympathetic about things they have no knowledge of.
So I am not unsympathetic in that respect.
While he was in London Franklin became the self appointed interpreter of American life to Britain, one that was increasingly unsympathetic in the crucial years before the outbreak of war.
It will be improper for anyone in Ghana to be unsympathetic for any death occurrence.
And for that reason, at the last, I am not unsympathetic with Dawkins, Hitchens, and the rest.
Cubans, Mexicans, Russians, Japanese, unsympathetic with Japan's invasion of China and the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo axis.