rudeness


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It gives us a good idea of the rudeness of the times when such jesting with what we hold as sacred seemed not amiss.
Lady Janet, with a deliberate rudeness entirely foreign to her usual habits, was composedly busying herself in arranging the various papers scattered about the table.
Formerly, the slightest hint, or mere fancied coldness in tone or glance, had sufficed to repulse him: now, positive rudeness could not drive him away.
Whether the captain acted by this maxim, I will not positively determine: so far we may confidently say, that his actions may be fairly derived from this diabolical principle; and indeed it is difficult to assign any other motive to them: for no sooner was he possessed of Miss Bridget, and reconciled to Allworthy, than he began to show a coldness to his brother which increased daily; till at length it grew into rudeness, and became very visible to every one.
Margaret followed her to ask whether Henry knew about Miss Avery's rudeness.
He felt that in not answering Darya Alexandrovna's letter he had by his rudeness, of which he could not think without a flush of shame, burned his ships, and that he would never go and see them again.
Because I am not offended at the rudeness of your questions?
I rarely lie," answered Svidrigailov thoughtfully, apparently not noticing the rudeness of the question.
JEREMY NOSEDA revealed yesterday that his fury following Mister Brightside's luckless Grade 1 effort in California on Saturday was not primarily due to Kent Desormeaux's ride, but rather what he claimed was the jockey's subsequent rudeness.
Common complaints involve allegations of rudeness or neglectfulness.
You Say How very rude I AM sure that most people will agree that intolerance and rudeness are inappropriate behaviours in today's society.
REGARDING your article on Mrs Crow being bared from Tesco in Hall Green, I have experienced rudeness from staff at this particular branch.
Sherlock doesn't care about anyone's feelings, is never embarrassed and is blunt to the point of rudeness.
Cyrus later defended her outburst on Twitter writing, "I can't tolerate that kind of rudeness.
But when properly deployed, rudeness might actually be worth preserving, the philosopher Emrys Westacott argues in The Virtues of Our Vices (Princeton), along with gossip, snobbery, bawdy humor, and disrespect.