impolite

[ im-puh-lahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impolite

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Calendar, he believed, was capable of prevarication, polite and impolite.

How impolite it would be, after Miss Pease has forbidden it!

Her offended tone aroused him now to the understanding that he was impolite.

Yes; but not so impolite as to ask an embarrassing question.

No, that would be impolite, I will ride in front on horseback.

It would have been impolite to have done so—like talking about sight to a blind man.

"He knows it is impolite to interrupt the story," said her father.

It would have been impolite, he assured himself, not to have done so.

Too great familiarity with new acquaintances is impolite as well as unwise.

She was impolite to us, and a sneak not to tell Tom Curtis what she had said about us.

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