Definition of uncharitably in US English:

uncharitably

adverb

  • See uncharitable

    • ‘No, the bishop has taken to wearing the robes of his honorary divinity doctorate (from London University) on public occasions and fellow bishops are beginning to snigger uncharitably.’
    • ‘May I then uncharitably suggest that the excessive coverage on TV has less to do with civic-mindedness and more to do with the advertiser's belief that election programming is watched.’
    • ‘So what if she lost out on playing Scarlett O'Hara to Vivien Leigh; and so what if Dorothy Parker remarked, uncharitably but unforgettably, that Hepburn ‘ran the gamut of emotion from A to B’?’
    • ‘‘The funniest part is that most liberals watch the show but are so stupid that they're unaware they're being made fun of,’ he says, uncharitably.’
    • ‘Without uncharitably giving away Dolly's age, I'll say that the purpose of our 1978 Weekender story was to celebrate her 50th year in showbiz - and to mention that she first appeared onstage when she was 5.’

Pronunciation

uncharitably

/ˌənˈCHerədəblē//ˌənˈtʃɛrədəbli/