Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Lack of polish; want of refinement; coarseness, as of a style of writing.
- n. Impoliteness.
“You have always joined with me in remarking, that he will speak his mind with freedom, even to a degree of unpoliteness sometimes; and that his very treatment of my family is a proof that he cannot make”
“I have just carried unpoliteness far enough to make her afraid of me; and to shew her, that I am no whiner.”
“This form of unpoliteness has been adopted from the English, and it is as little worthy of imitation as the form of their government.”
“Then you 'scuse yourself to nod kees me, account thad augustly unpoliteness for American gendleman.”
“All the memories of those six months of deceit, of broken pledges, of unnecessary humiliations, of petty unpoliteness from a half-educated, half-bred, conceited, and arrogant people fell from us like a heavy knapsack.”
“Friday knocked up by yours and the Earl's unpoliteness, to send gentlemen to sea instead of dancing with white gloves.”
“England is so little loved, and contrasts the unpoliteness of Earl”
“What passes by the name of "Etiquette" is often of the essence of unpoliteness and untruthfulness.”
“I'm very sorry for it, aunt, and I tell you fairly -- and there's no unpoliteness in the confession -- that when I asked for my leave, Kilgobbin”
“He was not to be dissuaded from his purpose, though the ladies would have absolved him from all unpoliteness, and even requested him to accompany the skaters.”
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