Another word for rude
coarse, rough, uncouth, gauche, rustic, ungainly, awkward, lubberly, crude, vulgar, gross, crass, unrefined, uncultivated, uncultured, unpolished, uncivilized, blunt, rugged, barbarous, lumpish, ungraceful, hulking, loutish, oafish, antic, rowdy, disorderly, rowdyish, brutish, clownish, stupid, untrained, indecorous, unknowing, untaught, slovenly, ill-bred, inelegant, ignorant, inexpert, illiterate, clumsy, gawky, slouching, graceless, ungraceful, lumbering, green, unacquainted, unenlightened, uneducated, indecent, ribald, homely, common, outlandish, disgraceful, inappropriate, hayseed*, hick*.
impolite, discourteous, ill-mannered, uncivil, churlish, sullen, surly, sharp, harsh, gruff, brusque, blunt, abrupt, tactless, curt, short, snappish, snarling, ungracious, unkind, ungentle, truculent, crabbed, sour, disdainful, unmannerly, improper, shabby, ill-chosen, ungentlemanly, fresh, abusive, forward, loud, loud-mouthed, boorish, bold, brazen, audacious, brash, arrogant, supercilious, blustering, crass, raw, saucy, impudent, pert, unabashed, contumelious, sharp-tongued, mocking, barefaced, insolent, impertinent, offensive, uncalled-for, vituperative, naughty, hostile, insulting, nasty, disrespectful, scornful, flippant, presumptuous, sarcastic, defiant, outrageous, imperious, swaggering, disparaging, contemptuous, unfeeling, insensitive, scoffing, scurrilous, disagreeable, domineering, overbearing, high-handed, self-assertive, brutal, severe, hard, cocky, bullying, cheeky, nervy, assuming, dictatorial, magisterial, officious, meddling, intrusive, meddlesome, acrimonious, bitter, uncivilized, ill-tempered, bad-tempered, snippy*, sassy*, flip*, snotty*, snooty*, brassy*, uppity*, crusty*, bold as brass*.
guessed, surmised, imprecise; see approximate.
rude, in this comparison, implies a deliberate lack of consideration for others' feelings and connotes, especially, insolence, impudence, etc. it was rude of you to ignore your uncle; ill-mannered suggests ignorance of the amenities of social behavior rather than deliberate rudeness a well-meaning but ill-mannered fellow; boorish now connotes insensitivity and is applied to one who is rude or ill-mannered in a coarse, loud, or overbearing way; impolite implies merely a failure to observe the forms of polite society it would be impolite to leave so early; discourteous suggests a lack of dignified consideration for others a discourteous reply; uncivil implies a disregarding of even the most elementary of good manners her uncivil treatment of the waiter
Another word for rudeadjective
Not civilized:barbarian, barbaric, barbarous, primitive, savage, uncivilized, uncultivated, uncultured, wild. (Archaic) uncivil. See culture, wild
Lacking expert, careful craftsmanship:crude, primitive, raw, rough, unpolished. See good
Lacking in delicacy or refinement:barbarian, barbaric, boorish, churlish, coarse, crass, crude, gross, ill-bred, indelicate, philistine, rough, tasteless, uncivilized, uncouth, uncultivated, uncultured, unpolished, unrefined, vulgar. See courtesy, smooth
Lacking good manners:discourteous, disrespectful, ill-bred, ill-mannered, impolite, uncivil, ungracious, unmannerly, unpolished. See courtesy
Characterized by unpleasant discordance of sound:cacophonous, discordant, disharmonious, dissonant, inharmonic, inharmonious, unharmonious, unmusical. See agree, sounds