unfair || in a sentence

He called it unfair.

He did it by unfair means.

Some test questions are unfair to gorillas.

He complained of having been treated unfairly.

I would rather die than do such an unfair thing.

She will have it that the conditions are unfair.

The new company rule was unfair to older workers.

The students regarded the new attendance policy as unfair.

Poverty with honesty is preferable to wealth obtained by unfair means.

Hinata criticized her teacher unfairly and the teacher became sick.

To say that it gives the impression of a cheap toy is unfair to cheap toys.

Discussion question: Is defiance of the law acceptable if the law is unfair? degree
The boycott was called to protest against the company’s unfair labor policies.

He tried to rationalise his cheating by suggesting that the test itself was unfair.

Unless Japan eliminates its unfair tariffs, the U.


will impose sanctions.

The election was boycotted by the Opposition parties, who claimed that the vote was unfair.

Unless Japan eliminates those unfair tariffs, the U.


will impose sanctions.

It is important for bosses to avoid any perception of unfairness when dealing with employees.

It is unfair to expect taxpayers to make up the social deficits caused by government budget cuts.

Jackson found her suggestion that he was being unfair to be thoroughly objectionable, and totally unfounded.

If you don’t explain your marking system to the students, it might be interpreted as being arbitrary and unfair.

A spokesperson for the tobacco company claimed that the government ban on advertising was unfair and unconstitutional.

Jane Austen once said that it is very unfair to judge anybody’s conduct without an intimate knowledge of their situation.

Boycotts can be an effective way to pressure businesses or governments into taking action to end unfair laws or business practices.

In the 1990s, the federal government offered a formal apology to Canadians of Japanese origin for the unfair treatment they received during the war.