discourtesy

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After a moment, "I mean no discourtesy," he began stiffly, "but—"

I write without her knowledge, and I hope that you will not associate her with my discourtesy.

It was a climax of discourtesy whose impression I must at all costs efface.

At first this sort of thing seems to us to spring from laziness or from discourtesy.

Courtesy, they say, is the mark of a great man, discourtesy of a little one.

Ross found it hard to keep down his temper at this discourtesy.

Can you suspect me of discourtesy, as well as of—I know not what.

It is not to do you a discourtesy, but my tools are my bread.

It is the acme of discourtesy to keep any one waiting in this manner.

But this does not protect him always from discourtesy in other people.

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