impolite

Part of speech: adverb

Impolitely.

Part of speech: noun

IMPOLITENESS.

Part of speech: adjective

Lacking in politeness; rude.

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Usage examples "impolite":

  1. And least of all," said Mrs. Wilson, with a friendly smile, as she rose to leave the room, " would I suffer a fear of being impolite to endanger the happiness of a young woman intrusted to my care." - "Precaution", James Fenimore Cooper.
  2. But there, that seems an extremely impolite thing for me to have said! - "The Red Cross Girls with Pershing to Victory", Margaret Vandercook.
  3. " I have no objection," said Fred, after reflecting a moment, " if you think I have been so very impolite; but it will do no good." - "Aunt Fanny's Story-Book for Little Boys and Girls", Frances Elizabeth Barrow.