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Sentence count:188+19 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: unjustSimilar words: fairlyaffairfair playunfoldin factinfantfaintin favour ofMeaning: [ʌnˈfeə]  adj. 1. showing favoritism 2. not fair; marked by injustice or partiality or deception. 
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1. They had been given an unfair advantage.
2. Life seems so unfair sometimes.
3. Who will reform Britain's unfair electoral system?
4. Wilson was claiming compensation for unfair dismissal .
5. Many employers have recognized that age discrimination is unfair.
6. I think that you're being unfair.
7. He accused his teacher of unfair marking.
8. The punishment was harsh and unfair.
9. It would be unfair not to let you have a choice.
10. Sentimental children forever whining about how bitterly unfair your lives have been. Well,it may have escaped you notice, but life isn't fair.
11. It would be unfair to Debby's family to speculate on the reasons for her suicide.
12. The accusation of elitism seems unfair as the festival presents a wide range of music, with something to please everyone.
13. His former chauffeur is claiming unfair dismissal on the grounds of racial discrimination.
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14. It seems unfair on him to make him pay for everything.
15. He still hopes to win his claim against unfair dismissal .
16. He's unfair to me.
17. Your report last week was unfair. It was based upon wholly unfounded and totally unjustified allegations.
18. If some athletes use drugs, it is unfair on/to the others.
19. Life can be unfair sometimes, but that's no reason to give up on it.
20. She thought it most unfair that girls were not allowed to take part.
21. The company has an unfair advantage over its competitors.
22. The system is archaic and unfair and needs changing.
23. She won £20,000 for unfair dismissal .
24. He made a very unfair crack about her looks.
25. He was terribly unfair to the younger children.
26. I can't imagine you being unfair to anyone[], Leigh.
27. They recounted umpteen tales of unfair treatment.
28. Aren't you being a little bit unfair?
29. The inquiry found that they had been subjected to unfair treatment.
30. I admire the way she is able to shrug off unfair criticism.
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