ungenerous

[uhn-jen-er-uhs]
adjective
1.
stingy; niggardly; miserly: an ungenerous portion; an ungenerous employer.
2.
uncharitable; petty: an ungenerous critic; an ungenerous impulse.

Origin:
1635–45; un-1 + generous

ungenerosity [uhn-jen-uh-ros-i-tee] , noun
ungenerously, adverb
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ungenerous (ʌnˈdʒɛnərəs, -ˈdʒɛnrəs)
 
adj
not willing and liberal in giving away one's money, time, etc

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Example sentences
His emotions overcome his logic and drive a disingenuous and ungenerous
  interpretation of history.
The deeper his uncertainty about his own work, the more ungenerous his comments
  about other writers.
It is difficult to conceive of a rational policy basis for such an ungenerous
  and impractical reading of the statute.
No one can accuse him of ever having consciously done a mean or ungenerous
  thing.
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