Mr. Frederick Montague, I'm sure, is too well-bred a young gentleman to do so unpolite, so ungallant a thing!'
Sure they'll not be so unpolite as to refuse your Excellency's kind invitation.
He runs about twelve hundred woollies, and is about as unpolite a cuss as I ever met up with.
You recollect that first night, when I was so unpolite and inky?
The unpolite impulsive man will, however, sometimes rather lose his friend than his joke.
To be sure, he is far from being a polite man: yet is not directly and characteristically, as I may say, unpolite.
It's unpolite to contradict you, but I think that would be difficult.
The debt to Mr. Reid is £25; and here is a certain paper which gives me the power to do an unpolite thing.
"I won't be unpolite enough to mention that a cat may look at a king," said the old man.
Upon my Honour that was unpolite—and you might as well say I want Judgment.