discourteous

[ dis-kur-tee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF discourteous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOURTEOUS

What have I done that you should hold me in this light esteem, and give me these discourteous words?'

The relieved poet now had the floor as an apologist for his discourteous parrot.

If you are guilty of disgraceful acts, of discourteous words, who suffers?

They were not discourteous to Ned, but they took no interest in his suggestions.

"You do not have to be unkind or discourteous," continued the doctor's even voice.

I cannot say I was well received by the Irish agent, a discourteous and surly fellow.

What had made her do this brusque, discourteous thing to-day?

No one could be so discourteous or impolitic as to vanquish the king.

A laugh, derisive but not discourteous to himself, greeted the question.

My embarrassment was so great that my discourteous question may be pardoned.

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