Definition of Incivilities
1. incivility [n] - See also: incivility
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incivilities
Literary usage of Incivilities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rhode Island: Its Making and Its Meaning; a Survey of the Annals of the by Irving Berdine Richman (1902)
"... their men-servants, maid-servants, and children to recreate themselves, to prevent ye incivilities which are amongst us exercised on that day. ..."
2. Bridging Regional Growth and Community Empowerment edited by Michael A. Stegman, William J. Benfanti, John P. Ross (1996)
"They suggested programs to reduce incivilities and increase social attachments and recommended that patrols on the grounds of the development be increased. ..."
3. The Story of the Irish Race: A Popular History of Ireland by Seumas MacManus (1921)
"When the earl asked for her hand, not directly refusing, he raised difficulties about the "incivilities" of the earl's country. By "incivilities" he meant ..."