discourteously discourteously


  • (adv) in an impolite manner



  1. Threateningly, discourteously, Lehcirt asked President Hoover, in effect, what he proposed to do about this open law violation.
  2. Although married for more than two years, they have been obliged by rigid etiquet to have no children, lest they should have a son discourteously ahead of the Emperor.
  3. I will use every endeavor to discover who has so discourteously sent you this bit of patchwork and expose the scoundrel who so misused my name.


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    Greenlid was my heart of gold, the bard once sang, for she did not fill up with slime and mold so discourteously. Why? Because Greenlid is a biodegradable compost bucket with a simple plastic lid that lets you dump your scraps into the garden without having to deal with cleaning out nasty, rotting vegetables. Read More
    on February 26, 2014     Source: TechCrunch


  1. "I am honored to have worn Iran's jersey over 100 times, but was discourteously dismissed from the national team. Today, I think the national team board will feel better without me. They will have to concentrate on qualifying for the World Cup, and...
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Ali Karimi Source: Tehran Times

  2. In a written statement issued after the hearing, Filner said: "I want to say that I'm sorry. In particular, I would like to apologize to people at the baggage counter. I overreacted, I behaved discourteously and I shouldn't have."
    on Nov 27, 2007 By: Bob Filner Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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