One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It's easier because now we know that this person who comes to meet us unlovingly is angry or enraged, is most definitely unhappy.’
- ‘If he had handled it unlovingly, unaffectionately, and roughly would he have been arrested?’
- ‘Now, as before, discounters still offer unlovingly thrown-together, hospital-gray crates at dubious prices, presumably in the hopes of at least making the same sales as the previous year.’
- ‘Or the country either - and he let his eye roam unlovingly over the wild, sad-coloured landscape, with its skimpy, sad-coloured trees.’
- ‘Bob Somerby, idling at a restaurant in Baltimore, not only says campaign coverage ticked upward last fall but suggests he might scale back the Howler, the Web site where he eviscerates what he unlovingly calls ‘your press corps.’’
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