Sure they'll not be so unpolite as to refuse your Excellency's kind invitation.
It's unpolite to contradict you, but I think that would be difficult.
In disgrace of his birth, and education, and knowledge, an unpolite man!
You recollect that first night, when I was so unpolite and inky?
To be sure, he is far from being a polite man: yet is not directly and characteristically, as I may say, unpolite.
The debt to Mr. Reid is £25; and here is a certain paper which gives me the power to do an unpolite thing.
Upon my Honour that was unpolite—and you might as well say I want Judgment.
"He is so jolly green," said Charley when he recovered, as an apology to the company for his unpolite behaviour.
The Manners of the Germans are so different, proceed they, from ours; their Service is so unpolite!
Mr. Frederick Montague, I'm sure, is too well-bred a young gentleman to do so unpolite, so ungallant a thing!'