curtly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a curt, abrupt and discourteous manner
he told me curtly to get on with it
- Near the end of the campaign says Flaherty, Mailer encouraged some of his staff to shave off their beards as a gesture of loyalty, and curtly rejected scripts for spot radio .
- In the space of a week, I was late for two meetings, canceled three lunches and spoke curtly to friends and family.
- Newsmen stared at the briefcase chained to Martin's wrist, asked how the Nazi consul had been captured, were told curtly: "No interviews!" Four hours after his arrival.
- Shane Warne in Mirror.co.uk
Warne said: "Statistically, Murali was the best of all time, but it's not just about how many wickets you take - it's also about how many matches you won and how you took your wickets. You could argue that Glenn McGrath or Curtly Ambrose was better...
- Justin Langer in Melbourne Herald Sun
I remember my debut against the West Indies in 1993 in Adelaide, and while the likes of Courtney Walsh and Curtly Ambrose were relentless, Phillip will come up against a similar pace attack in South Africa that is riding high with confidence,...