bad-mannered


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Synonyms for bad-mannered

socially incorrect in behavior

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I have travelled extensively around this world and must admit that a high proportion of British motorists would appear to be about the most bad-mannered and disrespectful people on this planet.
Since then, the population has become rude, bad-mannered and grasping, epitomised by the practice of charging to visit the Cathedral, which does not have a particularly attractive interior, as churches go, because it has, in effect, been turned into a mausoleum rather than a church (the refectory part is still nice).
Some can indeed be coarse and bad-mannered, but the same cannot be said about the van itself.
We once left a student teacher in tears over this insufferably bad-mannered exercise.
That way, your bad-mannered bud will just be able to pop her dinner in her mouth.
These holiday conflicts resonate with a vast majority of Americans -- 83% of survey respondents report they have had holiday gatherings disrupted or even ruined by the actions of a bad-mannered family member -- and 87% said the issue still isn't fully resolved today.
Rather than complain about bad-mannered shouting, they were encouraged to smile.
If it cannot control the unruly, bad-mannered jeering seen during the current tournament, Beijing's ability to host the Olympic Games will be questioned.
nMOST office workers admit they are rude or bad-mannered and swear, ignore colleagues and answer mobile phone calls in meetings, according to a new report.
I am in paradise: books, rhythm, light, no urban problems, and above all, no old American guys, nasty and bad-mannered, no second-tiered professors showing their shining knives behind one's back.
Listeners who want to know the truth have to distil it from these cynical and bad-mannered exhibitions, where victims are subjected to vicious, adversarial hounding.
Kippenberger, for example, might be described as bad-mannered in a highly cultured way.
In a case of two wrongs not making a right, a British judge recently ordered a four-month prison sentence to a bad-mannered airplane passenger who refused to turn off his cell phone during takeoff.
The flower woman had glared at them with rolling eyes and bad-mannered impatience, ordering her helper to hurry up with the bouquets before the flowers wilted and "Her Highness the Princess Bride" had another fit.
The Joffrey was being subjected, I suspect, to a bit of Yank bashing, which bad-mannered Brits still consider a jolly blood sport.