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  • r  in an impolite manner
    he treated her impolitely

  • At the risk of again drawing another correction, I'll rather impolitely point out that I've listened to Rush and find that what he actually says is indistinguashable from racist .
  • Came the energy crunch of 1974, and passing drivers began to gesture impolitely.
  • In vitro (in glass ) is the polite name for methods by which physiologists impolitely try to fertilize ova removed from a female with sperm removed from a male.
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  • 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.”
    Aug. 26, 2013 - Daytona Beach News-Journal

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