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- adv. In an impolite manner; uncivilly; rudely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an impolite manner; uncivilly; rudely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an impolite manner
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But Stanley Patterson had impolitely forgotten to listen.
She taught Harvard medical students, some of whom impolitely called her "Auntie Gedda" behind her back and went on to greater fame.
That will mean taking some of the points made politely in this speech and making them very impolitely.
Many a door has been slammed in our faces, impolitely, Chicago style.
I had assumed that the book was about being a domestique for Lance Armstrong, but it turns out the author actually spent time working at a bunch of jobs that are, to put it impolitely, really crappy.
Agreed, but I'll have to impolitely disagree with him on The Blues Brothers.
Associated Press Steve Martin It's always entertaining when polite society unravels impolitely.
He stared at her, somewhat impolitely, but Demora ignored it.
I am sorry, but that's real wishful thinking, or as Bill Clinton would impolitely say "a biggest fairytale".
The 'American Empire' of the late 20th century, which Luce more politely referred to as the 'American Century', and of which no presidents since Eisenhower and JFK ever whispered the word 'Empire' while it actually existed, was already body-snatched by the time anyone other than Chomsky and Chalmers Johnson impolitely called it by its real name.