We were unable to understand Taylor's unsympathetic attitude to the suffering around him.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective 1 ~ (to / towards sb) not feeling or showing any sympathy: I told him about the problem but he was totally unsympathetic. 2 ~ (to / towards sth) not in agreement with sth; not supporting an idea, aim, etc: How can you trust a government that is unsympathetic to public opinion? 3 (of a person) not easy to like; unpleasant: All the characters in the novel are as unsympathetic as each other. Antonym: SYMPATHETIC unsympathetically adverb: 'You've only got yourself to blame,' she said unsympathetically.
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