- un- + courteous (Wiktionary)
“The Emperor then spoke of what he termed the uncourteous tone of our notes, saying that we charged the Germans with barbarism in warfare and that, as Emperor and head of the Church, he had wished to carry on the war in a knightly manner.”
“The Emperor then spoke of what he termed the uncourteous tone of our notes, saying that we charged the Germans with barbarism in warfare and that, as”
“We send a long lawyer's Note, not discourteous but wholly uncourteous, which is far worse.”
“It is the German who is so uncourteous to his verbs.”
“I have been somewhat uncourteous to your secretary.”
“Not until two hours had been spent in an atmosphere of quiet befitting la Trappe, did she suddenly awaken to a sense of uncourteous behavior, and bethink herself of the short answers which she had given her aunt.”
“As to those two way-leaders withal, whether it were that they got used to their faces, or that their ways and manners were nought uncourteous or fierce, they doubted them less and less as time wore; all save Viridis, whose flesh crept when they drew anigh her, as will betide one who comes across an evil-looking creeping thing.”
“If they dressed in conspicuous garb, if they performed in a military like fashion, they're rather uncourteous to their neighbors, it seems to me that's the kind of thing you'd do to attract attention to yourself.”
“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.”
““Mr Finn,” said she, smiling as she spoke, I am sure that you did not mean it, but you were uncourteous to my friend Mr”
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