uncourteous

Related to uncourteous: condone, altercation, innately, exigencies

uncourteous

(ʌnˈkɜːtɪəs)
adj
lacking social manners
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uncourteous

adj, uncourteously
advunhöflich, grob
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Graham - though I own it looks rather like it to absent myself in this uncourteous fashion from my guests.'
"Of course, he did not realize that it was I who was knocking, but none the less his conduct was very uncourteous, and, indeed, under the circumstances rather suspicious."
It is the German who is so uncourteous to his verbs.
She drew attention to how a hijab-clad friend who once accompanied her to a football match in Barcelona was stopped and subjected to uncourteous questioning at the stadium.
James Baillie (1850-1927, London, Bristol, 1876) considered that it would be "impolitic and uncourteous to have Mr.
He retained, moreover, a great fondness for rabbinical lore, and his criticisms were so abstruse, and his conversation and manners so uncourteous that he did not conciliate the respect of his pupils, and attendance on his teaching was deemed a disgusting requisition" (Siegel 1993, 239, n.
We have far too much reckless driving in the GCC because too many people are uncourteous and inconsiderate.
"Whatever may be our expressed views of Theatrical performances," he wrote, "we cannot but characterize the proceedings of this "respectable" clique as the most dishonourable...--it is not only dishonourable and uncourteous to Mr.