Part of speech:
Badly brought up; impolite and crude.
Ill-mannered, discourteous, or insulting:
Not pleasant or acceptable; unattractive.
The definition of impolite is a rude person, or someone without manners.
Exceeding the limits of propriety or good manners; improperly forward or bold:
Sufficiently observing or befitting accepted social usages; polite:
Manifesting or feeling contempt; scornful.
The definition of impudent is someone who is offensively bold.
Lacking or indicating a lack of good manners; rude.
The definition of infamous describes a person who has done terrible things and is known for a bad reputation.
(Now Rare) Arrogantly contemptuous; overbearing
The definition of opprobrious is something that is disrespectful or that expresses shame or disgrace.
Not civilized; barbarous
An insolent or arrogant remark or act.
A rude act or statement.
Disrespect is defined as rudeness or a lack of courtesy.
Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
A profaning or being profaned; desecration; defilement
Full of or characterized by respect; showing deference or dutiful regard
Showing or requiring great precision or sensitive discernment; subtle:
Polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
Having or showing good manners; well-behaved; polite; courteous
Having manners, or a manner, of a (specified) sort
Having or showing a lack of respect
Deserving to be despised; contemptible
Impertinent or disrespectful, especially in a playful or lively way:
Given to the use of vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
Not smooth and shiny:
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