discourteously

[ dis-kur-tee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF discourteously
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Mutimer rose and addressed his visitor easily indeed, but not discourteously.

On those occasions we moved from our chairs, not gently, but discourteously.

Then as though in tacit compliance with the suggestion he turned not discourteously to Carter.

Nay I am sure you will not leave me so discourteously, now I have provided for you.

I beg your pardon, Crackenfudge; I have treated you discourteously and badly—but you will excuse me.

He was enough of a gentleman to know he had treated Madge discourteously, but he did not know how to apologize to her.

All the idlers of Acquapendente—and they were many—assembled to gaze at us, but not discourteously.

One could not refuse, discourteously and abruptly, a costly present like that; but it seemed a disaster to accept it.

Curt, kurt, adj. short: concise: discourteously brief or summary.

Said Lily, impatiently and discourteously, "Who would not rather walk on such a night?"

WORD ORIGIN

1560s; see dis- + courteous. Related: Discourteously.

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