Nor were there any gaucheries at dinner that night, for both Alfred and Gladys were silent and constrained in manner.
He did not realize that Hattie's gaucheries were intensified by her nervous awe of Mrs. Gano.
She was free from the affectations, gaucheries, commonplaces, wearinesses of many good women he had known.
Mrs. Baker thought that the sooner one was allowed to slough off the gaucheries of the Young Person, the better.
His gaucheries disgusted my mother, and my father fired at his vulgar arrogance.
A good many of our society plays are marred by gaucheries of a serious nature.
Virginia, always irritated by his gaucheries, pretended not to hear and went on with her book, but Fanny answered him.
But she cared not—she saw a gathering school and rising church, which eclipsed all thought of present inattentions and gaucheries.