inhospitality

[ in-hos-pi-tal-i-tee, in-hos- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhospitality
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Yet he censures the Egyptian meanness and inhospitality to strangers.

Such a thing as inhospitality could not be imagined by Helen Morrell.

You have no right, sir, to be the patron and remunerator of inhospitality.

“Oh, I hope so,” said Renata fervently, and then 219 blushed at her own inhospitality.

He was, as I have said, a King to visit, with nothing of Spanish inhospitality about him.

Here we experienced a degree of inhospitality not met with among the savages.

My inhospitality was terrible to her, and she spoke sharply.

The lack of a window added to the inhospitality of the room.

Inhospitality was na-g'il, and the infidelity of women, and earthquakes, and leaks.

Flattery and inhospitality, deceit and cruelty,—what are more hideous than these?

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