Definition of "ruder" [ruder]

  • Comparative form of rude: more rude (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ruder" in a sentence
  • "Maybe Californians are just plain ruder than you genteel southerners."
  • "Such a multitude of men, with their human infirmities and ever-changing duties, could never perfectly translate into action the exalted ideals of St. Francis, as the more supernatural and sublime the ideas, the ruder is their collision with reality and the more allowance must made for the feebleness of man."
  • "In a trice we were bedlam loosened -- that is, the ruder part of us."