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But to the ladies, his brutality signifieth strength and power; and his uncouthness, originality and genius.UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
It reproduces his uncouthness illumined with his brilliant latent qualities.THE IRON ARROW HEAD OR THE BUCKLER MAIDENEUGNE SUE
A certain quaint uncouthness should not blind us to Orcagna's wealth of expressive detail.A POPULAR HANDBOOK TO THE NATIONAL GALLERY, VOLUME I, FOREIGN SCHOOLSVARIOUS
I refuse to be envious of the intelligence of foxes and coyotes, and I will always resent uncouthness and mean thoughts.A TOP-FLOOR IDYLGEORGE VAN SCHAICK
A certain savage uncouthness seemed to have fallen upon him during the last few minutes.THE VANISHED MESSENGERE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
It may be a slight uncouthness at table, a peculiar back-country phrase or pronunciation, some gesture of timidity or swaggering.THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING MARRIAGE BOOKVARIOUS
They marvelled that so versatile a genius could have lived in a land reputed for uncouthness and savagery.EUGENE FIELD, A STUDY IN HEREDITY AND CONTRADICTIONSSLASON THOMPSON
Plainness and uncouthness in humans only too often belie noble mind or disposition.FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
Then its clumsiness is lost in the collective uncouthness which becomes of a tremendous grandeur.LONDON FILMSWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
Their uncouthness gave a scruple of foppishness to M'I ver, and sent him seeking a razor in the widow's house.JOHN SPLENDIDNEIL MUNRO

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