In fact, I once wrote of him most unkindly, in a piece titled " I Can't Stand Lieberman."
Rather, they appear to be, to put it unkindly, preening bozos.
There was mockery in the depths of her eyes, but the scarlet lips arched in a not unkindly smile.
It was a look deliberate and scrutinizing, in a sense doubtful, and yet not unkindly.
Herriot looked up and called him gruffly but not unkindly, the boy thought.
His grandfather regarded him with a steady, but not at all unkindly, gaze.
Those who approach it respectfully and reverently are treated not unkindly, but woe and disaster await all others.
"Perhaps you are right," assented von Liebknecht, not unkindly.
As she passed him Natalie nodded not unkindly, and the big man's eyes followed her in a sort of dog's agony.
"Don't ask me to be the audience a second time," Lady Stafford says, unkindly.