ill-mannered


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Related to ill-mannered: impolite, boorishness, curtness, discourteous
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that he was ill-mannered, he chased them to their house.
Am I alone in my seething rage against the ill-mannered elderly in this world, the ones we constantly hear carping on about the "youth of today"?
Can he extricate himself with the help (or hinderance) of his crafty sister Moxy, or loyal buddy Oskee Nelson--and then there's the ill-mannered Flip Stuperton.
With others there before them, it is quite ill-mannered to be quite so pushy.
CONVICTED yobette Cheryl Tweedy sums up the kind of drunken, violent, loutish, ill-mannered, arrogant behaviour I've been complaining about in recent weeks.
Literary works, led by Milton's exemplary epic, start to move away from direct political proselytism towards a newly-legitimized sense of "diversion," in which, as Joseph Glanvill asserted (32), zeal is "ill manners" (although the satire of the age is ill-mannered enough).
However, it does not suggest any solutions to the problem of ill-mannered students who sit in class.
The securities industry as a whole is behaving in an ill-mannered way,'' Shiokawa said.
Instead of a public sanctuary for Americans to celebrate and enjoy, visitors are treated like ill-mannered museum-goers, endured but unwelcome.
He calls his three-dimensional miniature volumes, constructed at one-tenth scale, "objects," and his method differs from architectural modelmaking proper by virtue of the ill-mannered mutations that characterize his Merzbau-like constructions both then and now--his love of cinematic, David Lynch-esque moments of confusion, as when banal reality reasserts itself in the form of giant screwdrivers or neon tubes or even a huge sculpture of a romanesco, a vegetable similar to broccoli.
Chief Insp Slater said: "We are urging people, particularly the elderly and vulnerable, to make it their New Year resolution to put away their traditional courtesy and not be worried that it's ill-mannered to refuse to open the door.