impolitely


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Synonyms for impolitely

in an impolite manner

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The diplomat who is close to Igga said the country's vice-president and the influential foreign affairs minister were made to remove their shoes and told to stand in an isolated place within the entrance gate of the airport lounge before they were subjected to an "aggressive check from head to toe and from arm to arm after which they were impolitely allowed to go without letting him know that the check was completed".
The reality is that people with beards are discriminated against socially - men in white vans can be found shouting rather impolitely at the hirsute about the need to get a shave - and also in employment.
He deliberately defied both gender and class conventions when he sat down impolitely close to Mrs Traill and observed that
For Israelis, the results of Professor Hawking's crisis of conscience has not been so positive, they feel he behaved misguidedly and not a little impolitely in turning down the opportunity to throw in his two pennyworth with the former leaders of Russia and the United States.
If security guards aren't told otherwise, their first instinct too often is to place a hand in front of the camera's lens while impolitely telling the cameraperson to get lost.
El-Zend's opponents, who mainly belong to the Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), are attempting to have him charged in the criminal court for 'addressing the President impolitely and for falsely accusing Morsi of treason'.
At this point I start shouting at the rider, enquiring impolitely why on earth did he or she hold the horse up in the first place?
In Nuremberg, one congregation declined to be directed by this pietistic choir director and another announced that they would impolitely show him the city gate.
GCG) desperately avoids saying "I told you so" as equities crash and reality very impolitely re-manifests itself.
When the factors used to profile suspects are employed arbitrarily or impolitely, profiling may have the unintended effects of undermining the legitimacy of the screening authorities and contributing to the negative feelings that tend to breed terrorism in the first place.
Although people would impolitely stop and stare at her as she grew up in Sitra the close-knit strength she gained from her parents, brothers and sisters allowed the young woman to blossom and face the future with confidence.
Often we disagree not just impolitely and stupidly, but cruelly and violently.
The editor wrote that in Alberta, "the time had come, they thought, where one could do without the religious and patriotic zeal of the French, and one had the audacity, after years of arduous labour, to impolitely throw them out the door.