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- adv. In an inhospitable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inhospitable manner; unkindly.
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- adv. in an inhospitable manner
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But the captain inhospitably kept him perched on the lowest gang-way step, shivering miserably and with his feet dangling in the water, till we, out of very pity, rowed in from the darkness and took him off.
I replied: "surely it is not the custom of Englishmen to receive strangers so inhospitably."
I replied; "surely it is not the custom of Englishmen to receive strangers so inhospitably."
Chadwick shot in the Rift Valley of Kenya to impart a sense of the isolation of the area and the strength of character needed, not only to pursue an education against huge odds, but to simply survive in an inhospitably equatorial environment.
The servants refuse to dismiss her inhospitably on the day of their master's wedding, so a page reports the arrival of this very beautiful, but not "courtly" (103), woman to him.
Tower is such a good prose stylist and humorist that you forget the story is not about the traditional travel poles of chasing a destination, or the destination itself, but how his bizarre familial relations are thrown into relief by plopping them down in some of the world's most inhospitably population locations.
Some forebear wisely knew that America was a vast improvement over the inhospitably soul-crushing place of native origins.
I had asked him the question inhospitably enough, for I resented the sort of bright and gratified recognition that still shone in his face.
People living in inhospitably hot or cold climates pose a different challenge.
And determined to castigate her for keeping Becky a secret, thought Kirstie inhospitably.