Antonyms of ETIQUETTE

Examples of usage:

  1. But the commander to whom he was intrusted,- perhaps it was Tingey or Shaw, though I think it was one of the younger men,- we are all old enough now,-- regulated the etiquette and the precautions of the affair, and according to his scheme they were carried out, I suppose, till Nolan died. "The Man Without a Country" by Edward E. Hale
  2. As Weeks was in charge of the case, Dr. Bayard's sense of professional etiquette would not permit of his opposing his junior in the matter, but did not prevent his expressing himself as surprised and annoyed at what he termed a slight to the wife of the commanding officer. "'Laramie;' or, The Queen of Bedlam." by Charles King
  3. But if you are going to stand on professional etiquette it is just as well you should understand that I am quite prepared to act independently of you. "The Shrieking Pit" by Arthur J. Rees
  4. She is very stately, and received me with great etiquette. "The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912" by Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
  5. Gottlieb scratched his head as one in perplexity, seeing before him a question of etiquette that he found difficult to solve. "The Strong Arm" by Robert Barr
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