One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘She recalls how she handled a call from one man who rang in and spoke unsympathetically about his daughter's eating disorder.’
- ‘Reading unsympathetically, we may reflect that there's not much he does that isn't for show.’
- ‘The castle was then a disused, grade II listed building that had unsympathetically been turned into four holiday flats.’
- ‘It worries them that many vintage structures, both vernacular and colonial, are being changed unsympathetically, resulting in eyesores, even on King Street.’
- ‘He believes that developers struggle to maintain prices when, at the peak of a market cycle, they've squeezed every last room they can into an unsympathetically designed space.’
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