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Escobedo was thoroughly honest, but rugged and uncourtly, and the vigor of his representations increased the royal ill-humor.
Again came an uncourtly monosyllabic 'No,' followed by another baffling silence.
A BOOK OF QUAKER SAINTSLUCY VIOLET HODGKIN
The king was a blunt, uncourtly man, and the interview was attended with none of the amenities of polished life.
The queen, however, was quick to see what was gauche, and did not scruple to reprove them for uncourtly manners.
I had always felt aversion to my uncourtly patronymic, and its very common, if not plebeian praenomen.
Honest Burnet, with the uncourtly courage which distinguished him, ventured to remonstrate with the King.
This perhaps may sound harsh and uncourtly, but it is too true, and the more is the pity.
Honours were not much accessible in those days, especially in uncourtly quarters.
"I can only add a plain uncourtly speech," Pope wrote again to Gay ten days later.
The courtiers all tittered, and some indeed extended it to a most uncourtly loud laugh.
THE EVE OF ALL-HALLOWS, V. 1 OF 3MATTHEW WELD HARTSTONGE

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