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synonyms for ungraciously

  • bluntly
  • crudely
  • harshly
  • discourteously
  • barbarously
  • boorishly
  • brazenly
  • coarsely
  • contemptuously
  • crassly
  • curtly
  • disrespectfully
  • imprudently
  • indecently
  • indecorously
  • insolently
  • loudly
  • roughly
  • sassily
  • sharply
  • snootily
  • tactlessly
  • unabashedly
  • uncivilly
  • uncouthly
  • vulgarly
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antonyms for ungraciously

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  • civilly
  • courteously
  • politely
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How to use ungraciously in a sentence

He ungraciously turned his back upon his Rebel friends one night, took all his baggage, and left without paying his bills.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
"That will do," said Halyard, ungraciously, which curt phrase was apparently the usual dismissal for the nurse.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS
They parted from him as ungraciously as they had endured his presence.
STORIES IN LIGHT AND SHADOWBRET HARTE
He motioned Bart ungraciously to a seat, and shut his mouth firmly, as if he had already said too much.
THE COLORS OF SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
Knight followed suit, not ungraciously, though without enthusiasm.
THE SECOND LATCHKEYCHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON AND ALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON
He did not hesitate to publish doctrines necessary to be known, because they were of a kind likely to be ungraciously received.
JESUS, THE MESSIAH; OR, THE OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECIES FULFILLED IN THE NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES(A LADY) ANONYMOUS
"If he didn't really mean to," she began ungraciously; but Mary cut her short with what the boys called her full-stop manner.
QUICKSILVER SUELAURA ELIZABETH HOWE RICHARDS
And all the time he would be saying "No," more and more ungraciously, or, worse still—and far more likely—saying "yes."
BALLOONSELIZABETH BIBESCO
"Of course I don't mind her being at Trotman's, but I do very much object to her being here," he said ungraciously.
WHAT TIMMY DIDMARIE ADELAIDE BELLOC LOWNDES
Marian peeped in everywhere, and even found a gracious word for Becky, though I am sorry to say it was most ungraciously received.
CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL OF POPULAR LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART, NO. 696VARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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