ungraciously


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un·gra·cious

 (ŭn-grā′shəs)
adj.
1. Lacking social grace or graciousness; rude.
2. Not pleasant or acceptable; unattractive.

un·gra′cious·ly adv.
un·gra′cious·ness n.

ungraciously

(ʌnˈɡreɪʃəslɪ)
adv
in an ungracious manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ungraciously - without graceungraciously - without grace; rigidly; "they moved woodenly"
graciously, gracefully - in a gracious or graceful manner; "he did not have a chance to grow up graciously"
Translations
بِفَظاظَه، بِوَقاحَه
nelaskavost
ókurteisislega
kaba bir şekilde

ungraciously

[ˈʌnˈgreɪʃəslɪ] ADVdescortésmente

ungraciously

adv sayschroff; react, respondschroff, rüde

ungraciously

[ʌnˈgreɪʃəslɪ] advsgarbatamente, scortesemente

ungracious

(anˈgreiʃəs) adjective
rude; impolite. It was rather ungracious of you to refuse his invitation.
unˈgraciously adverb
References in classic literature ?
In a word, M'Dougal found himself so ungraciously received by his countrymen on board of the ship, that he was glad to cut short his visit, and return to shore.
Like a bitterly angry croaking ran the sound through the long corridors when the leaves of the gate opened: ungraciously did this bird cry, unwillingly was it awakened.
Thereat, Catherine silently turned her face from us, and, very stealthily, drew out her pocket- handkerchief and applied it to her eyes; and her cousin, after struggling awhile to keep down his softer feelings, pulled out the letter and flung it on the floor beside her, as ungraciously as he could.
Bounderby,' returned Louisa, when she had coldly paused, and slowly walked across the room, and ungraciously raised her cheek towards him, with her face turned away.
And, after proceeding a few steps, she added "I stopped you ungraciously, just now, Mr.
Edward heard with pleasure of Colonel Brandon's being expected at the Cottage, as he really wished not only to be better acquainted with him, but to have an opportunity of convincing him that he no longer resented his giving him the living of Delaford--"Which, at present," said he, "after thanks so ungraciously delivered as mine were on the occasion, he must think I have never forgiven him for offering.
Miss Garth, on her side, had not forgotten the ungraciously guarded terms in which the lawyer had replied to her letter; and the natural anxiety which she had felt on the subject of the interview was not relieved by any favorable opinion of the man who sought it.
He said a few words to the Sheriff, and the latter nodded to the monk ungraciously.
Well," said Porthos, seated in the courtyard of the Hotel de la Chevrette, to D'Artagnan, who, with a long and melancholy face, had returned from the Palais Royal; "did he receive you ungraciously, my dear friend?
Oh, that's all right," she said, a little ungraciously.
He answered ungraciously in the one necessary word:--'Yes.
I have served Miss Dunross for many years," was the answer, spoken very ungraciously.