discourteous


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showing no courtesy

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lacking social graces

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At this moment in time I do not wish to disclose what I have said to him, as until he responds to the letter, it would be discourteous of me to comment.
She added, 'He's basically apologised for causing offence but he believed it was discourteous of people to protest while Laura was speaking.
Anything less would be unprofessional and discourteous to the other teams.
It would be discourteous to turn away anyone interested in the job from coming to a game,''he said.
There was no allegation of discourteous or dangerous driving.
Yet, in private, Magida finds that the 63-year-old classically trained violinist and former calypso singer from Brooklyn, Louis Eugene Walcott, comes through as a man who is often as charismatic and charming as he is caustic and discourteous.
Another 26 complaints involve allegations of abuse of authority, while a smaller number deal with claims that officers neglected their duty or were discourteous while using the incapacitant spray.
In the Vansunited definitive Motoring Manners Survey, which canvassed the actions of 2,300 drivers in major cities across the UK, bus drivers were found to be the most likely to indulge in discourteous motoring behaviour, including jumping lights and showing lack of consideration for pedestrians.
Not only is it discourteous to disclose a lady's age, but it also seems that Jonathan supports Michael Howard at 62 but discards Julie Morgan at 59 because she is a woman.
To bring you completely up to date, I've simply styled the Welsh Flag/y ddraig goch a la fashion du jour - not in any way to be discourteous, you understand.
HOW discourteous of David Kendall to seriously undermine the duties of the Mersey Tunnel Police ( Daily Post, March 21).
There is no allegation of discourteous or dangerous driving.
This seemed to us to be at best discourteous and at worst to demonstrate contempt for the concerns expressed.
Mr Blair hit back in a remarkable angry statement, branding the Black Country MP "disloyal, discourteous and wrong".
Real, experienced cyclists obeying the law stick to the roads and all praise and good luck to them, but many cycling round the Precinct seem to be just pig-ignorant, discourteous and sometimes downright abusive.