The state or condition of being uncharitable.(noun)
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Use "uncharitableness" in a sentence
"Christ; but altho it is certain our Lord and Judge will deeply resent all these things, yet there is one thing which He takes more tenderly, and that is, the uncharitableness of men towards His poor."
"Barack Obama and uncharitableness which is linked to from the section."
"Arnot Robertson wrote, No one who worked with Guy Ramsey in Fleet Street could ever forget him as a colleague. he was the most generous, warm-hearted man I ever knew in that world where fame and success are written in yesterday's by-lines, and no ink fades quicker in memory, so that envy and uncharitableness is rarely far to seek."