But the rudeness
and cruelty were essential to driving his talent as a satirical novelist.
Personal-computer technology has spawned a vigorous rudeness
that would be impossible without word processing.
I've never experienced rudeness
like that in my career.
in retaliation for rudeness
just doubles the amount of rudeness
in the world.
Agents as a class tend to veer sharply between the heights of ingratiation and the depths of dismissive rudeness
, but agent excess has been tamed by the infusion of private equity, the hiring of corporate CFOs and restrictions on perqs and expense accounts.
Sherlock doesn't care about anyone's feelings, is never embarrassed and is blunt to the point of rudeness
I was subjected to such terrible rudeness
that all I could think of was going home and hiding, pain, sickness or not.
But when properly deployed, rudeness
might actually be worth preserving, the philosopher Emrys Westacott argues in The Virtues of Our Vices (Princeton), along with gossip, snobbery, bawdy humor, and disrespect.
Expect random violence (mostly afflicted upon a diminutive Spanish waiter), obsequious toadying and down right rudeness
while you try to enjoy a three-course meal without choking with laughter.
Besides, whenever the question or issue of encroachments is raised, the owners of these illegal and makeshift slaughterhouses often respond with great rudeness
and even threats.
However, when looking at impolite behavior when dealing with government agencies, 28% of Israelis reported rudeness
, compare to only 19% of Americans.
Most complaints were about rudeness
, assault, or failure of duty.