impolitely impolitely


  • (adv) in an impolite manner



  1. Came the energy crunch of 1974, and passing drivers began to gesture impolitely.
  2. As first speaker on the Coliseum program, Editor Harrison impolitely undertook to correct him.
  3. He cheerfully surrendered his passport, was not impolitely detained.


  • Detective 'counseled' over citation for 'impolitely honking' horn

    A DeLand detective has received a letter of verbal counseling after a criminal defense attorney known for high-profile cases said the officer ticketed him for “impolitely” honking his horn in a controversy including allegations of intimidation by way of “humongous motorcycle cops.”
    on August 27, 2013     Source: Daytona Beach News-Journal

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