Related formsun·ci·vil·i·ty [uhn-suh-vil-i-tee] /ˌʌn səˈvɪl ɪ ti/, un·civ·il·ness, nounun·civ·il·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for uncivil
“In this uncivil twilight, we make our own choices, we wear our true faces,” he says.The Werewolf Novel as Post-9/11 Political Allegory?|Roxane Gay|May 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Uncivil Liberties By Calvin Trillin I spent my college years deep into the great humorists: Benchley, Perelman, Woody Allen.
When it becomes "uncivil" to call out liars, lying becomes free.
More than a tempest in a teapot, a most uncivil war is brewing.
Extreme partisanship and uncivil political discourse is not the best way to accomplish anything in Washington.
And then—to be so eager to continue the acquaintanceship with the uncivil girl!Nan Sherwood at Lakeview Hall|Annie Roe Carr
Well, well, because you are an uncivil man is no reason why I should be an uncivil man too.The Dead Secret|Wilkie Collins
Half the people I ever knew there are dead, and the rest are uncivil.Lady Rose's Daughter|Mrs. Humphry Ward
He did mind, not bargaining for learning lessons in the holidays; but he could not show himself so uncivil a boor as to refuse.Dr. Jolliffe's Boys|Lewis Hough
I want to know,' I says, 'why I am sent away in this uncivil manner?'The Fallen Leaves|Wilkie Collins