Reporters and publications seen as unsympathetic to the administration's goals find it harder to get access to officials.
At first, I was unsympathetic with his position and had not attended the meeting.
Indeed, almost any fiction written in English which deals with Catholicism, especially since the Second Vatican Catastrophe, is likely to be appropriately unsympathetic .
Unlike him, whose doctors were extremely supportive, she found herself being dealt with by abrasive, unsympathetic staff.
Councillors decided the proposals were unsympathetic towards existing properties and grouping the low-cost homes together would create a ‘ghetto’ at one end of the cul-de-sac.
Because of its emphasis on universalism and on acculturation within the host societies, Reform was unsympathetic , even hostile, towards the Zionist movement.
This led to some inconsistent and frankly unbelievable plot devices and left me feeling detached and unsympathetic towards both of the lead characters.
At this point, an unsympathetic viewer might say that he is too severe.
I don't mean to sound harsh and unsympathetic , but I did not want to be held hostage in a room listening to other peoples' problems.
During his presidential years, perhaps due to shyness, he was at times criticized for being aloof, cold, and unsympathetic under the stress of public duty.