Evil reports of a churlish wilderness, a pitiless climate, disease, misery, and death, had heralded the arrival of De Monts. The outlay had been great, the returns small; and when he reached Paris, he found his friends cold, his enemies active and keen.
Happiness is surely the best teacher of good manners: only the unhappy are churlish in deportment.christopher morley
My master is of churlish disposition And little recks to find the way to heaven By doing deeds of hospitality.william shakespeare
This is always the way in which the reality of Christian conversion evidences itself. It makes the selfish man charitable: the churlish, liberal; and implants in the soul, which hitherto has cared only for the things belonging to himself, a disposition to seek also the things of others.