unkind

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Pronunciation[change]

  • (UK) IPA: ʌnˈkʌɪnd
  • (US) IPA: ˌənˈkīnd
  • Hyphenation: un‧kind

Adjective[change]

Positive
unkind

Comparative
more unkind

Superlative
most unkind

Positive
unkind

Comparative
unkinder

Superlative
unkindest

  1. When someone is unkind, that person is being rude, vulgar and even cruel.
    Why did Carl throw pizza at my face? The guy is so unkind.
    That person saw me drowning out at sea, yet he chose to stand there and laugh at me. He is so unkind!