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- adv. In an uncivil manner; not courteously; rudely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an uncivil manner; not courteously; rudely.
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- adv. in an uncivil manner
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We also know in our hearts when we treat others uncivilly.
But I'm afraid it will never see the light of day if everyone continues to behave so uncivilly.
I think Obama has been holding his ground pretty well while being attacked by Hillary (rather uncivilly, without much dignity) and Edwards.
Please forgive me for attacking your comment as uncivilly as I did.
Tom Wolfe, a friendly man, barked back, but not uncivilly or even very loudly.
I believe it's about two individuals coming from cultures of privilege butting heads over who trumps who, and acting very uncivilly in the process.
The Doctor was about to refuse a charge so uncivilly offered; but after
But in any case, I swear that the Ansaris shall not be uncivilly rejected; wherefore do thou offer them a fair excuse.
And remember that children's memories are long and vivid... those who treat a child uncivilly do so at their own, long-term peril.
I wholly agree with Heard that professors should take extraordinary efforts not to fall into the trap of engaging students uncivilly.