I am as uncourteous as a gust of wind, as abrupt as a flash of lightning, and as rude as the billows of the sea.
A very cold but not uncourteous smile was all Atlee's acknowledgment of this speech.
But this uncourteous behaviour did not appear to disconcert those who awaited his pleasure.
I must be uncourteous enough to say that we are unprepared for a visitor this evening.
The message had been intended to be curt and uncourteous, but Miss Macnulty had softened it,—so that no harm was done.
uncourteous as it seems, I felt so inquisitive that I followed him.
It would have been uncourteous on my part to resist any longer.
I could not conceal my feelings; nay, I was uncourteous in thy presence.
Taking no notice of the uncourteous manner in which she had addressed me, I civilly asked her what had become of Mr. Lancaster.
Darrell talked with his usual cold but not uncourteous indifference.