Slow or reluctant in giving, forgiving, or sharing; stingy.(adjective)
Harsh in judgment; unkind.(adjective)
Mean-spirited; illiberal; ignoble.(adjective)
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Use "ungenerous" in a sentence
"But the placid prettiness of Marjorie appealed to him far more than the cold, disdainful beauty of the young woman he had called ungenerous, and who had in her turn called him a cad."
"Merely to characterize as ungenerous this aspersion upon the courage of such men as then served under Hooker, savors of error on the side of leniency."
"But of Addison it may be confidently affirmed that he has blackened no man's character, nay, that it would be difficult, if not impossible, to find in all the volumes which he has left us a single taunt which can be called ungenerous or unkind."