noun, plural dis·cour·te·sies.
- discourse analysis,
- discovered check,
Origin of discourtesy
Examples from the Web for discourtesy
I didn't mean to convey any discourtesy and I apologise if I did.
Disrespect, dis-re-spekt′, n. want of respect: discourtesy: incivility.
He had his hand on the knob, when he felt how brutal was his discourtesy.The Walking Delegate|Leroy Scott
Just criticism for incompetence was local, and for discourtesy and dishonesty was individual.Chit-Chat; Nirvana; The Searchlight|Mathew Joseph Holt
He is one that lies kindly to you, and for good fashion's sake, and tis discourtesy in you to believe him.Microcosmography|John Earle
This incident is mentioned because it was the sole occasion when any discourtesy happened to me during this tour.