When passengers do not buy, the traders would disdainfully charge at them and ask uncouthly
- ha lo sa reke lo batla re tshele ka eng?
who "wrote his own language most uncouthly
, some would even say
Take, for example, the bravura passage from Rosemary Sutcliff's Civil War novel Simon (1953) in which the reader spirals up above the Naseby battlefield with a wheeling buzzard's-eye view of 'the dead of two English armies, who lay tumbled uncouthly
among the thyme and the little white honey-clover of downland turf, here at the heart of England'.
No, the season's end has been sounded uncouthly
by the return of the football season, which memory tells me did not start so early in years past.
Its first appearance is in the 1954 poem 'To My Father', written (appropriately, given Archie's lifelong love of Burns) in Burns's Standard Habbie stanza--'This rhyming letter / Uncouthly
made, goose-feather-penned / In Burns's metre'.
When Benare is forced to accept the guilt, she uncouthly
asks Kashikar whether he will accept such charges against himself.
As for fashion week, Rist effortlessly presented her particular brand of foil, insisting on a visual pleasure uncouthly
laced with kitsch neither ironic nor insincere.