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- adv. In a discourteous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a rude or uncivil manner; with incivility.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an impolite manner
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Had Ferrari not behaved so discourteously, Moss would have taken his place the following year in a dominant team alongside Ascari, who would win nine grands prix in a row as he collected two consecutive world titles.
Your paranoia has discourteously cost another translator two days.
The question is whether the boys acted discourteously, not whether they had a right to do so.
Cries went up from the crowd, which pushed and shoved discourteously at the circle of players.
Sumi sure had nerve, speaking to her clients discourteously.
He said Sire Galan had spoken up when this cataphract eyed him, saying he wondered why he gazed so discourteously.
A question asked once too often and I reply discourteously to someone who does not perhaps notice the subtle rudeness of my reply.
Link alas, my love, you do me wrong, to cast me off discourteously ....
“And I was carrying thee discourteously to a distance from thy habitation?” said Shafton, imagining he had found out the source of her grief.
Amazing Grace, you do me wrong to treat me thus discourteously