ungraciousness


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Related to ungraciousness: insolence, unnerving
See: disrespect
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According to Webster (1965), refuse implies decisiveness, even ungraciousness.
Fortune had long been imaged as female, and it is sometimes difficult to distinguish whether a poem complains of a mistress's fickle ungraciousness, or more generally against the fickle ungraciousness of fortune (for example, Paradise, nos 50 or 79).
However, at least that suggests Lara is consistent in his ungraciousness.