No one thought any more of the uncourtly guest, who had come in like a shadow and vanished again into the starless night.
Then, too, though an uncourtly, he had been a passionate and a romantic lover.
Awkward and uncourtly, at heart shy, he was but a poor figurehead for the stately court of France.
These officers are said to have paid dearly for their uncourtly language.
Escobedo was thoroughly honest, but rugged and uncourtly, and the vigor of his representations increased the royal ill-humor.
The good female soul was carried away by a sympathy so uncourtly, and she gave herself up completely to her inborn fire.
I had always felt aversion to my uncourtly patronymic, and its very common, if not plebeian praenomen.
The courtiers all tittered, and some indeed extended it to a most uncourtly loud laugh.
One of these new and uncourtly men excited laughter by affecting a princely state and splendour of demeanour and equipage.
It is scarce to be wondered that these uncourtly epistles excited no little astonishment in the English camp.