(Phrases). To turn one's back upon; to turn on one's heel; to look black upon; turn a cold shoulder on.
To render rude, etc., to brutalise, decivilise, dehumanise.
(Adjectives). Discourteous, uncourteous, uncourtly, ill - bred, ill - mannered, ill - behaved, unmannerly, mannerless, impolite, unpolished, ungenteel, ungentlemanly, unladylike, uncivilised.
Uncivil, rude, ungracious, cool, chilly, distant, stand-offish, offish, icy, repulsive, uncomplaisant, unaccommodating, ungainly, unceremonious, ungentle, rough, rugged, bluff, blunt, gruff, churlish, bearish, brutal, brusque, stern, harsh, austere, angular.
Ill-tempered, out of temper or humour, cross, crusty, tart, sour, crabbed, sharp, short, snappish, testy, peevish, waspish, captious, grumpy, snarling, caustic, acrimonious, ungenial, petulant, pettish, pert.
Perverse, cross - grained, illconditioned, wayward, humoursome, naughty, cantankerous, intractable, curst, froward, sulky, glum, grim, morose, scowling, glowering, surly, sullen, growling, splenetic, spleenful, spleeny, spleenish, moody, dogged, ugly.
(Phrases). Cross as a cat; cross as two sticks; cross as a dog; sour as a crab; surly as a bear.
(Adverbs). With a bad grace, grudgingly.
(Verbs). To congratulate, felicitate, give or wish joy, tender or offer one's congratulations, etc.
(Adjective). Congratulatory, etc.
Affection, sympathy, fellow-feeling, heart, affectionateness.
Attachment, yearning, amour, love-affair, affair de cur, passion, tender passion, grande passion, flame, devotion, enthusiasm, enchantment, infatuation, adoration, idolatry, idolisation.
Eros, Cupid, Venus; hiraeth; the myrtle.
Maternal love, storgh.
Attractiveness, etc., popularity.
Abode of love; agapemone.
A lover, suitor, follower, admirer, adorer, wooer, beau, sweetheart, flame, love, true-love, leman, paramour, amorist, amoroso, cavaliere servente, cicisbeo; turtle-doves.
Inamorata, idol, doxy, dona, Dulcinea, goddess.
Betrothed, affianced, fiancée.
(Verbs). To love, like, affect, abide, fancy, care for, regard, revere, cherish, admire, dote on, adore, idolise.
To bear love to; to take to; to be in love with; to be taken, smitten, etc., with; to have, entertain, harbour, cherish, etc., a liking, love, etc., for; to be fond of, be gone on; aimer éperdument.
(Phrases). To take a fancy to; to make much of; to look sweet upon; to cast sheep's eyes at; to fall in love with; to set one's affections on; to lose one's heart; become enamoured, etc.
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