Farmers are always getting the blame for being unkind to the Environment, where in the majority of cases, the farmers are blameless.
Australians are trained to dread invasion and yet cannot stomach being unkind to any stranger.
Perhaps it would be gratuitously unkind to compare the intellects and depth of the two presidents.
You call me in to see, and I explain that it would be unkind to leave it there: it might crawl to the floor; we must take care that no one squashes it.
This minister and this government have never sought to be unfair or unkind to the teaching profession.
It is cruel and unkind to go through them yet again.
So far fate has been very unkind to the four of them.
My husband's family has been unkind to me in the past and I want them to know I will not put up with this hurtful behavior anymore.
Once again we find that nature is unkind to simplistic formulations.
He was unkind to Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, while devoting a whole essay to the adroit but decidedly lesser The Hidden Fortress.