rude

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Taking back small change if you pay with a large bill is somewhat rude.
  • After a week, they were asked to leave because they were rude.
  • She first comes across as a rude princess, who later falls in love with him.
  • People usually do not appreciate a rude person even if they are good looking.
  • New York has rude things to say to all of them.
  • When he goes to the rude mother, she acts like she doesn't care.
  • H. Upon my word, you are the very rudest man in the world! Cited from Soldiers Three, by Rudyard Kipling
  • Talking with food in one's mouth is seen as very rude.
  • Playing bank-the-eight may be considered rude if there is a long line of players waiting to use the table.
  • The first episode was never aired as it was considered too rude.
  • Placing one's fingers over the name or other information is considered rude.
  • For example, if one offers a present that you already have, telling the truth would be very rude.
  • Here there was an opportunity of seeing man in his rudest state. Cited from Wanderings In South America, by Charles Waterton
  • She couldn't accept a father like that and was rude to him.
  • She did everything she possibly could while I sang and I remember her being so rude.
  • Rude Boy Story is the first documentary film released about this band.
  • It is generally considered rude to address people by their given names in Korean culture.
  • When offered the last bit of food, it is considered rude to refuse the offer.
  • He later settled in the small village Rude in southern Zealand.
  • Even the rudest and least skilled labor has more to do it than are wanted. Cited from Venetian Life, by W. D. Howells
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