discourteously

ADVERB
  1. in an impolite manner
    he treated her impolitely
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How To Use discourteously In A Sentence

  • And this activity, which we stolid beef-eaters, before we had been taught by modern science that we were no better than baboons ourselves, were wont discourteously to liken to that of the livelier tribes of Monkey, did in fact so much impress the Hollanders, when first the irriguous Franks gave motion and current to their marshes, that the earliest heraldry in which we find the Frank power blazoned seems to be founded on a Dutch endeavour to give some distantly satirical presentment of it. Our Fathers Have Told Us Part I. The Bible of Amiens
  • He said Sire Galan had spoken up when this cataphract eyed him, saying he wondered why he gazed so discourteously. Wildfire
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