Anne of Cleves, on whom Henry bestowed an uncomplimentary epithet, had come, and had proved unacceptable.
Marjorie was forced to laugh at Jerry's uncomplimentary comparison.
The negro preacher often rebukes his flock for talking about each other in uncomplimentary terms.
"So do you," retorted Peabody, who felt that this was uncomplimentary.
His will, when published, caused much adverse criticism, and uncomplimentary epithets were freely used.
The perfumer could only have been half pleased with this uncomplimentary form.
Nor is Mr. White alone in expressing an uncomplimentary opinion of the Czar.
I would have said uncomplimentary things to him had time permitted.
"You have called in the police," and as McIntyre commenced some uncomplimentary remark, he added with sternness.
The Valley troops drew the most uncomplimentary comparisons.