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Definition of "rudeness" []

  • Insulting or uncivil; discourteous; impolite (adjective)
  • Lacking refinement; coarse or uncouth (adjective)
  • Vulgar or obscene (adjective)
  • Unexpected and unpleasant (adjective)
  • Roughly or crudely made (adjective)
  • Rough or harsh in sound, appearance, or behaviour (adjective)
  • Humble or lowly (adjective)
  • Robust or sturdy (adjective)
  • Approximate or imprecise (adjective)
  • Property of being rude. (noun)

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Use "rudeness" in a sentence
  • "Adeline thought the term rudeness a harsh one, as La Motte applied it, but she forebore from any expression of displeasure."
  • "'And a good master he'll be, though he's a bit too polite, and down upon what he calls rudeness, which is only our way,' said one of the young men."
  • "COOPER: I assume it's fair to say you've never seen this kind of level of what you called rudeness of, I guess, anger in a public forum like this."