uncivil Liberties By Calvin Trillin I spent my college years deep into the great humorists: Benchley, Perelman, Woody Allen.
“In this uncivil twilight, we make our own choices, we wear our true faces,” he says.
More than a tempest in a teapot, a most uncivil war is brewing.
When it becomes "uncivil" to call out liars, lying becomes free.
The man is uncivil and impolitic, rough-hewn enough for leather fringe and dung-crusted boots.
He was uncivil to those beneath him, not civil to those above him, and insulting to his equals.
He felt very timid, so far, as to be uncivil; in the presence of Adèle.
If it be mere banter, I can endure it within proper limit; although it is uncivil on the part of a stranger.
Pardon me, mademoiselle; it enters not, it cannot enter into my thoughts to be uncivil.
Wouldst thou be so uncivil as to say no to her invitation, if she sent to thee, to come?