Definition of Discourtesies

1. Noun. (plural of discourtesy) ¹



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Definition of Discourtesies

1. discourtesy [n] - See also: discourtesy

Lexicographical Neighbors of Discourtesies

discourse
discourse analysis
discourse marker
discourse markers
discoursed
discourser
discoursers
discourses
discoursing
discoursive
discoursively
discoursiveness
discourteous
discourteously
discourteousness
discourtesies (current term)
discourtesy
discourtship
discous
discovenant
discovenanted
discovenanting
discovenants
discover
discoverability
discoverable
discoverably
discovered
discovered-check
discovered check

Literary usage of Discourtesies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Old Testament Criticism and the Christian Church by John Edgar McFadyen (1903)
"CHAPTER II THE discourtesies OF CRITICISM RIDICULE may have its place, but that place is hardly within the department of criticism; and it is •with some ..."

2. Forty-five Years Under the Flag by Winfield Scott Schley (1904)
"To avoid such discourtesies as this to boats of your ships, I always keep an officer in charge of mine going and returning from shore, and I hope the two ..."

3. Progress of a Race, Or, The Remarkable Advancement of the American Negro by Henry F. Kletzing, William Henry Crogman (1898)
"discourtesies and Insults.—He is becoming more sensitive with regard to discourtesies and insults. His restiveness is the natural result of his increased ..."

4. Case of the United States, to be Laid Before the Tribunal of Arbitration: To by United States, Geneva Arbitration Tribunal, 1871-1872 (1872)
"... or subject myself and those under my coin- mand to the discourtesies ... hospitalities to the Florida and these discourtesies to the vessels of war of ..."

5. Lives of the Friends and Contemporaries of Lord Chancellor Clarendon by Theresa Lewis (1852)
"Misunderstandings, however, that arose so easily, and apprehensions of discourtesies so readily entertained on slight grounds when the most serious ..."

6. Dissent, in Its Relation to the Church of England: Eight Lectures, Preached by George Herbert Curteis (1873)
"... that' all the amenities are on the one side and all the discourtesies on the ... The discourtesies—be it remembered—began from the Nonconformist side ..."

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