[ US /ˌɪnsɪˈvɪɫɪti/ ]
  1. deliberate discourtesy
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How To Use incivility In A Sentence

  • The code of conduct stipulates among other things that lawyers should conduct the cases in a respectful manner, restrains them from acting with incivility, rudeness or showing disrespectful conduct to the presiding judge.
  • For certain disorders, conflicting theories emerged about their aetiology and pathogenesis, at times engendering negative attitudes among workers in one or the other field, including derision and incivility.
  • Another tool that has engendered incivility and an extremely high number of fatalities is the automobile. December « 2009 « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website
  • A female, whatever her age or rank may be, is invariably treated with deferential respect; and if this deference may occasionally trespass upon the limits of absurdity, or if the extinct chivalry of the past ages of Europe meets with a partial revival upon the shores of America, this extreme is vastly preferable to the _brusquerie_, if not incivility, which ladies, as The Englishwoman in America
  • Company pointing out loss of time and inconvenience through incivility, and asking them for small pecuniary compensation, they have assumed the rhinoceros hide, and nilled my request with dry eyes. Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.
  • There was a choice of risks: the risk of behaving with extraordinary incivility and unhandsomeness to a lady, and the risk of going on a fool's errand. The Dynamiter
  • He was received with flawless, cold courtesy—the “ceremonious civility” which Washington had once described as tantamount to incivility. Washington
  • ‘Our quest here is not about incivility, the promotion of rancour or pursuit of conflict, but about working together for development,’ Manning said.
  • Most allegations relate to incivility, impoliteness and intolerance (32%) – essentially allegations that officers were rude and impolite. “Two Years” for Jon Harper Killer « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • We should not be afraid to speak out against acts of incivility - simple things like asking the person at the beach to refrain from swearing.
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