from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective superlative form of unfair: most unfair.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


Help support Wordnik (and make this page ad-free) by adopting the word unfairest.


  • Nick Swisher, who played with Chavez in Oakland, said his friend's latest injury was the unfairest break of all.

    The Limp Says it All Daniel Barbarisi 2011

  • The unfairest of the unfair: The strangely common charge that Tyler is...

    EconLog: Economic Philosophy Archives 2009

  • There is a reluctance on the part of mainstream politicians to repudiate the angriest and least rational and least logical and unfairest people in their own wing.

    CNN Transcript Sep 17, 2009 2009

  • BARNEY FRANK (D-MA), FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: It's the single unfairest economic transaction I can think of that doesn't involve a pistol.

    CNN Transcript Nov 4, 2009 2009

  • But the effect is small compared to immigration restrictions, the most unfairest policy of all.

    Meritocracy Without Borders, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009

  • I am also alluding in the post to what I see as the immense negativity and infighting currently doing the rounds in UK political blogging, being slightly obtuse about it because I am trying to make a broader point about hope vs. cynicism, rather than get into specifics of who said what to who and who is right and who is wrong and who is being rude and unfairest to whom on the blogs.

    Hope Rachel 2007

  • β€˜It was the unfairest start I ever saw,’ said Tifto, almost getting up from his seat on the coach so as to address Dolly and Silverbridge on the box.

    The Duke's Children 2004

  • Marcellinus was certainly the unfairest of men, to show him no gratitude for having thus made him an orator out of a mute, and converted him from a hungry starveling into a man so full-fed that he could not contain himself.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans Plutarch 2003

  • I'm going to be able to stand before a mirror and look myself straight in the eye, knowing that I bucked up against trouble, that it nearly whipped me, that it took the unfairest advantage that Fate can take of a man in allowing my father to die before I could fully right myself in his eyes, but that if there is a

    The White Desert Courtney Ryley Cooper 1913

  • He is the unfairest, sneakingest hunter and the cruelest thing alive, but his methods do not provoke even a frown.

    Idle Comments 1905


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.