Thesaurus / discourtesy

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Disrespect, dis-re-spekt′, n. want of respect: discourtesy: incivility.

He had his hand on the knob, when he felt how brutal was his discourtesy.

Just criticism for incompetence was local, and for discourtesy and dishonesty was individual.

He is one that lies kindly to you, and for good fashion's sake, and tis discourtesy in you to believe him.

This incident is mentioned because it was the sole occasion when any discourtesy happened to me during this tour.

Palpably, despite my discourtesy, Mr. Flannery had supplied the inquirers with whatever they needed, and they had gone their way.

The Portal of DreamsCharles Neville Buck

"If you are not sorry you slapped Ray you ought to be, because such an act is the height of discourtesy," declared the doctor.

RosemaryJosephine Lawrence

It must be understood that one of the least polite of contractions, in this case, involves no discourtesy whatsoever.

Picture PostersCharles Hiatt

She had repelled, though without rudeness or discourtesy, the garrulous efforts of the motherly knitter to be sociable.

The DeserterCharles King

On the other hand, if you do nothing you may expect worse than discourtesy.

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