I replied: surely it is not the custom of Englishmen to receive strangers so inhospitably.
The Jalapenos did not receive us inhospitably—nor the Jalapenas either.
He had tried a well-known drain near Cleshey Farm House; but it had been inhospitably, nay cruelly, closed against him.
A light was burning in the hallway, but dimly and inhospitably; of the facade of the building I could perceive little.
I was explaining to Mr. Fleming how inhospitably we are forced to treat him, on account of that traitor Sanders.
To stand up would show, he thought, that he was not inhospitably eager to detain the parting guest.
Of all comers here, I who expected most kindly welcome am most inhospitably treated.
Turning about we saw, clustered at the entrance, the band of Indians who had met us so inhospitably at the beach.
He said that as he had been treated so inhospitably he would not pay the 30 per cent.
For this man had been most inhospitably treated, through his strange but undeniable likeness to a perfidious Briton.