uncivil (adj.) Old form(s): vnciuill , vnseuill
uncivilized, barbarous, unrefined
2H6 III.i.310[Cardinal to York] Th'uncivil kerns of Ireland are in arms
E3 I.ii.12[Countess alone, as if to Montague, of the Scots] their vile uncivil skipping jigs
E3 II.ii.58[King Edward to Lodowick] we think it an uncivil thing / To trouble heaven with such harsh resounds
R2 III.iii.102[Northumberland to King Richard] The King of heaven forbid our lord the King / Should so with civil and uncivil arms / Be rushed upon
TG V.iv.17[Valentine alone, of the Outlaws] I have much to do / To keep them from uncivil outrages
TG V.iv.60[Valentine to Proteus] let go that rude uncivil touch
TN IV.i.52[Olivia to Sebastian] Let thy fair wisdom, not thy passion, sway / In this uncivil and unjust extent / Against thy peace
TN V.i.110[Orsino to Olivia] You uncivil lady
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