incivility

[ in-suh-vil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF incivility

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Kirkwood's smile robbed the retort of any flavor of incivility.

In other words, if it was not illegal—there was no doubt of its legality—it was an incivility.

Wherever we went, and whatever the hour, we met with no incivility.

"And you seem to have a talent for incivility," retorts she, rather nettled.

There is scarcely one of my respectable clients but complains of your incivility.

It was his mother who, rebuking his incivility, desired him to attend upon the lady.

She stared, and corrected her incivility with "Ah, yes," and a formal smile.

That fellow's behaviour may be construed as a more than common stretch of incivility.

I could not help saying, I considered his departure as a relief from incivility.

But the first incivility that I have received since I came to Ireland was offered me here.

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