from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Displaying a lack of courtesy; rude, impolite.
- adj. Uncivilized, barbarous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Uncivil; rude.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
What can you point to in my post that is incivil, that is rhetoric not reason; and what can you point to in the personal attack directed at me that is civil, that is reason not rhetoric?
All of these aspects of what is defined as incivil serve to ensure that it is used to maintain patriarchy.
It's some of the most painfully incivil stuff in the world, and happily, the folks over at "The Daily Show" have made a "real America" mash-up that does credit to their defense of all Americans.
I do not underestimate the dangers of uninformed exploration of incivil backwoods trails whether in Michoacan or Chiapas or Alabama or Northern California and anyone who walks unprotected into such places has a fool as a companion.
It's worth pointing out, I think, that Labrador, during his campaign, was the subject of some particularly bizarre and incivil treatment himself.
Absolutely nobody outside of Washington, DC cares how civil or incivil members of the United States Senate are to one another.
Professor Richards: perhaps I was wrong to invoke feminism but there was, at about the same time in the US a significant change incivil rights.
In these days when a public option and government for health insurance seems increasingly likely, misinformed bedrock ideological assumptions by many righties has poured gas on the smoldering, contentious national debate, largely rendering it incivil.
With that kind of garbage you'll just see more columns from the Broders of the world about how incivil WE are instead of what a lowbrow bigot Falwell was.
Alright - we're toe to toe with the Repugs now (I hope Genghis isn't around - he finds it incivil that I call them that)
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