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Definition of "inurbane" [in•ur•bane]

  • Uncivil; unpolished; rude (adjective)

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Use "inurbane" in a sentence
  • "If either party persists in refusal to confirm, and cannot show injury, that party's behavior is declared inurbane."
  • "Here is the celebrated passage about "Wragg is in custody," the text of which, though no doubt painful in subject and inurbane in phraseology, is really a rather slender basis on which to draw up an indictment against a nation."
  • ""If the eminent doctor's manner appears a trifle inurbane of our tastes, we must bear in mind that the doctor may be from a place, or a stratum, not so meticulous in these matters."