ungraciousness

[ uhn-grey-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF ungraciousness
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"Then don't keep the boat waiting," said Missy, with ungraciousness.

Barbara seemed serious almost to ungraciousness—that might be a sign.

"As you like," she said, and Ragna hated herself for her ungraciousness.

She was a little bit ashamed, later, to remember her ungraciousness.

She felt the uselessness of her protest, the ungraciousness of her demeanour.

All the talk came from Digby, and she felt vexed with her brother for his ungraciousness.

I like it better home, Dil returned, but with no emphasis of ungraciousness.

"Hullo, Ronnie," said Maurice, with a hint of ungraciousness in his tone.

Yet reluctantly, it seemed; with a kind of ungraciousness hard to explain.

Anderson felt her ungraciousness, but she herself did not seem to realize it at all.

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