Uncivility


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Un`ci`vil´i`ty


n.1.Incivility.
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I begged his pardon very often for my share of it, protested I had not any such design when first I met him, that I had not gone out with him but that I took him for a very civil gentleman, and that he made me so many promises of offering no uncivility to me.
The arrogance and uncivility they displayed towards those who were less fortunate the human flotsam and jetsam of the industrial tide.
Its use became regarded as a sign of uncivility, ignorance, truculence, and superstition.