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Origin of uncourteous
OTHER WORDS FROM uncourteousun·cour·te·ous·ly, adverbun·cour·te·ous·ness, noun
Words nearby uncourteous
How to use uncourteous in a sentence
Uncourteous as it seems, I felt so inquisitive that I followed him.Angling Sketches|Andrew Lang
He was moody and silent, and, as some said, almost uncourteous to John Gordon.An Old Man's Love|Anthony Trollope
"You have had a very uncourteous welcome, sir," said Miss Daly, extending her hand and leading him within the cottage.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. I (of II)|Charles James Lever
It would be very unfair to generalize from this frequent situation that the American is uncourteous.From the Easy Chair, series 2|George William Curtis
The charge of having made any alterations is altogether groundless, I might add unjust, uncourteous, and uncalled for.