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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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Correct spelling:
discourteous
Definition:
Rude; uncivil; wanting in good manners.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
discourteous, ungracious.
blunt
outspoken, explicit, plainspoken, Plain-spoken.
discourteous
ill-mannered, barbarous, uncouth, impolite, uncivil, uncivilized, coarse, tactless, disrespectful, vulgar, rude, impertinent, caddish, crude, contemptuous, brutish, brash.
disobliging
unhelpful, unaccommodating, Unamiable, ill-disposed.
disrespectful
ill-bred, Disgracious, out-of-line, illbred, flipper, profanatory, bad-mannered, aweless, irreverent, Unfilial.
insolent
disrespectful, callous, saucy, off-base, derisive, insolent, presumptuous, outrageous, insubordinate, irreverent, brazen, defiant, arrogant, impolite, audacious, contemptuous, outspoken, flagrant, sacrilegious, sarcastic, candid, brash, impertinent, cheeky, mouthy, bold, rude.
offensive
offensive, embarrassing, horrid.
rough
untutored.
rude, impolite
flip, sassy, offhand, Ungenteel, crude, bad-mannered, ungracious, uncivil, impertinent, disrespectful, uncouth, ill-bred, unmannerly, churlish, cheeky, insolent, fresh, unrefined, oafish, rustic, indelicate, cavalier, ill-mannered, curt, abrupt, boorish, smart-alecky, brusque, Inaffable, Inurbane, crusty, contumelious.
sassy
overbold, mouthy, smart-mouthed.
thoughtless
unthoughtful, Hot-headed, unheeding, anti-social, asocial.
uncongenial
ungregarious.
noun
discourteous
caddish, ungracious, curt, brusk, short, impolite, ungallant, unceremonious, unchivalrous, brusque, abrupt.
impolite
study at rude.
Examples of usage:
  1. Yet- since to leave in a huff would have been discourteous- I prevailed on my master to bide over the morrow, and even to mount Holgar and ride forth to the hunt which was to close the Bride- show. – The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  2. Monsieur Baroff's tone had become menacing, almost discourteous. – The End of Her Honeymoon by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  3. The answer was short and yet not discourteous. – Rebel Spurs by Andre Norton
  4. As practically every traveller who has honoured our unattractive land with his effusive presence has subsequently left it in a printed record that our ceremonies are grotesque, our priesthood ignorant and depraved, our monasteries and sacred places spots of plague upon an otherwise flower- adorned landscape, and our beliefs and sacrifices only worthy to exist for the purpose of being made into jest- origins by more refined communities, the omission on this one's part may appear uncivil and perhaps even intentionally discourteous. – The Mirror of Kong Ho by Ernest Bramah
  5. You know that I wouldn't be discourteous to you for anything. – The Dominant Strain by Anna Chapin Ray

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