lack of politeness

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In this respect, rudeness is distinct from a mere lack of politeness when uttering a necessary face threat (i.e., a bald/on record strategy in the terms of politeness theory), as well as an unintentional face threat (e.g., an SDS asking a strongly religious user a question about a topic that is offensive to them) but consists of intentionally aggravating behavior.
Mr Mitchell displayed an arrogance typical of this country's political classes and reacted angrily when he did not get his own way and, in doing so, he very probably showed a lack of politeness in his choice of words.
For instance, in Situation 3, native raters commented on "bother" as a cultural problem; however, nonnatives commented on the lack of politeness. This is in line with Sadler and Eroz's (2001) results that showed that Turkish speakers refused less frequently than speakers of other languages, but if they did, refusals were definitely followed by an excuse or explanation.
Also there was the implied lack of politeness if I walked out; they could retaliate and walk out on me.
'It will review the content and nature of communications with Ms Baker to see if there was a lack of politeness and tolerance shown towards her.
Mr Ross, 51, said: "I was stunned by their complete lack of politeness. One had a very threatening attitude."
The fan told me : "I was taken aback by what I took as a dismissive letter, showing total lack of politeness and absolutely not written in a tone I would expect from the chief executive of any organisation." She intends to pursue her case with the FA and police.