I am referring here to establishment Republicans, which for 150 years have consistently been the party of the rich and ungenerous.
To be wealthy, married, unfaithful, and ungenerous is to insult a woman's basic intelligence, as well as her pride.
It's an ungenerous view, and one that Under the Sun goes a long way to undermine.
Some of my relatives felt I was ungenerous, and some simply wondered, Whose side are you on?
Dickens showed the land to be “a troubled republic: ambitious, cruel, ungenerous, brutal, and divided.”
He evidently appeared to have suffered much from the remembrance of his ungenerous conduct towards Theodore.
The shifty, ungenerous spirit of compromise awoke in Raymount.
Therefore her uncle's promise had made her very happy, and she forgave the ungenerous allusion to the two beggars.
He is not so ungenerous a man as you think him: nor has he an unfeeling heart.
At another time this ungenerous act might have hurt the oldest Bunker girl.