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"Now that's very untactful of you, Miss Sylvia," objected John.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
Poor, untactful, unhappy Brownie started to follow as of old.
WILD FOLKSAMUEL SCOVILLE
Later, at home, Irinushka was scolded for her behaviour, regarded as untactful by Priest Zakrasin.
THE CREATED LEGENDFEODOR SOLOGUB
Never to commit an untactful action—in that consisted the chief precept of Doubelov's life.
THE CREATED LEGENDFEODOR SOLOGUB
This was indeed Bertha's conviction, and her untactful silence said as much.
MONEY MAGICHAMLIN GARLAND
A more untactful gentleman than Sir George in a matter of this sort it would have been difficult to find.
MARGARET VINCENTSOPHIA LUCY CLIFFORD
He was positive to the last degree in the opinions he held, and brutally untactful in expressing them.
A HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATUREPERCY H. BOYNTON
Neither Peppajee nor Baumberger made reply of any sort, and Peaceful turned his mild eyes reproachfully toward his untactful son.
GOOD INDIANB. M. BOWER
There may be some blunders, some bad steps, some untactful work.
QUIET TALKS ON SERVICES. D. GORDON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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