discourteous

[dis-kur-tee-uhs]
adjective
not courteous; impolite; uncivil; rude: a discourteous salesman.

Origin:
1570–80; dis-1 + courteous

discourteously, adverb
discourteousness, noun
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discourteous (dɪsˈkɜːtɪəs)
 
adj
showing bad manners; impolite; rude
 
dis'courteously
 
adv
 
dis'courteousness
 
n

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discourteous
1570, from dis- + courteous.
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Example sentences
Rude and discourteous behavior that goes unchallenged is behavior that goes
  unchanged.
Remember, the judge has the power to fine you or send you to jail if you are
  rude or discourteous.
When an invited speaker exceeds his time it is extremely discourteous to call
  for the orders of the day.
Some people think it discourteous if a bride changes the present chosen for her.
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