- r without sympathy; in an unsympathetic manner
the judge listened to the accused unsympathetically
- When he proclaimed the Second Coming at the World's Fair, he was unsympathetically bundled off to the city hospital for observation, a "purification" he cheerfully endured.
- Guest Conductor Fritz Reiner had had to rehearse while workmen hammered unsympathetically, and his program of Wagner, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff had its rough spots.
- One day, 11,374 years ago, a flint-chipper named Og, whose wife had unsympathetically thrown his collection of tiger teeth out of the cave, began giving one tiger tooth to .