- not courtly; rude.
- not conforming to the customs or usage of a royal court: an uncourtly lack of respect for hereditary rank.
Origin of uncourtly
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Examples from the Web for uncourtly
Then, too, though an uncourtly, he had been a passionate and a romantic lover.Paul Clifford, Complete
This perhaps may sound harsh and uncourtly, but it is too true, and the more is the pity.The Writings of Thomas Paine, Vol. I
These officers are said to have paid dearly for their uncourtly language.
No one thought any more of the uncourtly guest, who had come in like a shadow and vanished again into the starless night.The Romance of Leonardo da Vinci
Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky
One of these new and uncourtly men excited laughter by affecting a princely state and splendour of demeanour and equipage.