(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.

  1. Congratulation (Substantives), felicitation, wishing joy.
  2. (Verbs). To congratulate, felicitate, give or wish joy, tender or offer one's congratulations, etc.

    (Adjective). Congratulatory, etc.

  3. Love (Substantives), fondness, liking, inclination, regard, good graces, partiality, leaning, penchant, predilection; amativeness, amorousness.
  4. Affection, sympathy, fellow-feeling, heart, affectionateness.

    Attachment, yearning, amour, love-affair, affair de cœur, 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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