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Use "unsympathetic" in a sentence
"I know myself that some authors on some days will persuade me to be interested in unsympathetic characters, and then other authors on other days will not."
"To avoid anthropomorphizing, some turn to what might be called unsympathetic biology: a biology free of subjectivity or such messy considerations as consciousness, preferences, sentiment, or personal experiences."
"Devers was one of the kind sometimes called unsympathetic, that is, he seemed so, but it was more in manner than in fact, for few troop commanders in his regiment were really more careful in providing for their men than he."