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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill-manneredˌill-ˈmannered adjective formal  RUDE/IMPOLITEnot polite and behaving badly in social situations opp well-manneredsee thesaurus at rude
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ill-manneredHe was well aware that he made young men look badly dressed and ill-mannered.I was abominably ill-mannered, and I apologize.For their part the permanent staff thought all new prisoners childish, ill-mannered and unbalanced.Wilful impediment of the sacred moves was not only ill-mannered, but the worst form of blasphemy.I am rock's foremost poet and ill-mannered grouch.It would be ill-mannered to make open mention of Campbell superiority.
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