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M. de Talleyrand could never forget that he has been uncivilly treated by a man younger and less capable than himself.
She treated him not uncivilly, but her Coldness would have rebated the Courage of any but Alvaro.
He spoke rather uncivilly, but the man replied to him with studied politeness.
PICKED UP AT SEAJ.C. HUTCHESON
Safe behind the curtain, you will see him if he behaves uncivilly to Mrs. Zant, or you will hear her if she calls for help.
LITTLE NOVELSWILKIE COLLINS
This desirable suggestion (uncivilly as it was expressed) had its effect upon Mrs. Westerfield.
THE EVIL GENIUSWILKIE COLLINS
There was really no reason why I should treat him uncivilly.
A NEW SENSATIONALBERT ROSS
It was only the "Papists" who lived far enough off to be spoken of uncivilly.
He spoke most uncivilly, and said I was driving him half crazy with my whistling.
THE DIVA'S RUBYF. MARION CRAWFORD
Si Tanka most uncivilly replied, and Tatanka Iyotanka scorned to reply at all.
TO THE FRONTCHARLES KING
"My name's Lewis Carroll," I said, quite gently, for he was much too small to be angry with for answering so uncivilly.

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