unfairly

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 /ˈʌnˈfɛəlɪ/



WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2016
un•fair /ʌnˈfɛr/USA pronunciation   adj. 
  1. not fair;
    not agreeing with or following standards of justice, honesty, or the like:The students claimed that the test was unfair.[be + ~ ( + of + object) + to +  verb]It was very unfair (of the teacher) to give the students so much homework on a holiday weekend.
  2. beyond what is proper or fitting:an unfair advantage.
un•fair•ly, adv. 

WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2016
un•fair  (un fâr), 
adj. 
  1. not fair;
    not conforming to approved standards, as of justice, honesty, or ethics:an unfair law; an unfair wage policy.
  2. disproportionate;
    undue;
    beyond what is proper or fitting:an unfair share.
Etymology:bef. 900;
1705–15 for def. 1;
Middle English: uncomely, ugly;
Old English unfæger;
cognate with Old Norse ūfagr. See un-1, fair1
un•fairly, adv. 
un•fairness, n. 


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

unfair /ʌnˈfɛə/ adj
  1. characterized by inequality or injustice
  2. dishonest or unethical

unˈfairly adv unˈfairness n



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