I didn't mean to convey any discourtesy and I apologise if I did.
Mr. Lynville would die sooner than be guilty of that discourtesy.
After a moment, "I mean no discourtesy," he began stiffly, "but—"
This discourtesy was so open that McClellan's staff noticed it, and newspaper correspondents commented on it.
It was a climax of discourtesy whose impression I must at all costs efface.
The loss of the chart seemed a breach of hospitality, a discourtesy to her guest, and she wanted to make amends.
Courtesy, they say, is the mark of a great man, discourtesy of a little one.
Simple folks, who do not understand the meaning of the custom, erroneously regard it as an evidence of vulgarity and discourtesy.
Can you suspect me of discourtesy, as well as of—I know not what.
The discourtesy and the irregularity of the proceeding, when it became known, shocked General Scott.