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It is grossly unfair to suggest that the school was responsible for this accident.
Their claim for unfair dismissal will be properly investigated.
Farmers complained of unfair competition from cheap imported food.
Indirect taxes often impose an unfair burden on the poor.
It is unfair that not everyone got the chance to vote.
Their very low labour costs give them an unfair advantage in the market.
This is the British English definition of unfair. View American English definition of unfair.
to kill someone in a violent way