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lacking in magnanimity

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having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality

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Mean-spirited Fred just can't measure up to his goody-two-shoes brother, Santa
Many of the ideas are inspired, mean-spirited fun; others, well, not so much.
If a parent--or even a student--asks why school suddenly appears so stressful, illogical or mean-spirited, the answer is simple: "It's fourth grade
It's remarkable to me that at a time when our country faces so many serious issues, the Judiciary Committee has nothing better to do than pander to the Religious Right with this mean-spirited bill," said the Rev.
It really blew my mind because at the time BARR was like this really confrontational, mean-spirited, weird attack, and seeing her and what she was doing made me want to be more issue oriented and overtly political.
Worse, if they dare to question the fairness of this or, heaven forbid, ask for a rebate of their public school taxes for the years their children attend private school, they are called mean-spirited, greedy, and selfish by public school parents who drive Hummers and live in million-dollar homes.
Like the other example, I wondered where she could have gotten such a mean-spirited thought.
Because to do so would he mean-spirited and insensitive.
It's also unconscionable to attempt to scare students away from large professional schools by warning them of supposed dire consequences: They'll be forced to sink or swim, become lost in the crowd, tossed aside when another talented student enrolls, or receive other mean-spirited (and mostly unfounded) threats.
The first generation of so-called eco-warriors are now being challenged by a new generation of eco-sceptics; those who are asking, how much longer will sustainability be championed by mean-spirited pessimism that simply says reduce, reduce, reduce?
But can the agents outsmart a cunning and mean-spirited murderer?
This seemingly innocuous job is made difficult by the mean-spirited Triloboids, and Tess And The Star Traveller must work together to confront one particularly vicious rogue
Most telling, though, is this tribute from Edward Gibbon, no friend to the faith: "A high-minded and prudent leader of genius, constantly assailed by the false accusations and ignoble machinations of dishonest and mean-spirited adversaries.
He is married to Maud, also from Ghana, and their marriage is cold and somewhat mean-spirited.
Do you work for a monster of a boss or have to share a project with a mean-spirited coworker?