GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a civil manner; as regards civil rights and privileges; politely; courteously; in a well bred manner.
“Well, treating people civily is certainly an admiral goal, but I think it’s pretty clear that the first amendment prevents what you’re suggesting from being a legally enforcable obligation, especially if the government gets to decide what “courtesy and respect” is and what “extrordinary circumstances” are.”
“We need to debate civily on all issues facing us; I have read history, and I am finding a horrible similarity to what is being said now and what happened during the 1960s.”
“However each opportunity he has to teach us how to communicate more civily, he proceeds to add to the coarse tone.”
“Once again, I´m not comparing your offhanded remark with this crude woman´s obnoxious behavior but we all owe it to our hosts to act civily at all times.”
“If these two people from the opposite sides of the spectrum can not only get along civily – but marry ... the rest of the U.S. should be able to respectfully disagree.”
“Click to read. answering civily to someone with a foul mouth:”
“We need real answers and the ability to discuss these things civily and rationally.”
“Many core members here have complained about the civility of the interlopers yet won't converse civily in return.”
“But despite Vice President Biden begging a softer and kinder approach from G-20 protestors, and the protestors themselves civily having tea outside the Bank of London, even First Ladies got into the "Quien Es Mas Macho?" mood.”
“If the idiot above would like to talk civily about this, just call me at 936-650-9198, and you can tell me your views....leave your pedofile tendacies at home please!”
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