— im·po·lite·ly adverb
— im·po·lite·ness noun
Examples of IMPOLITE
- It's impolite to talk during the performance.
- He made some impolite comments about her appearance.
Origin of IMPOLITE
First Known Use: 1739
Related to IMPOLITE
- discourteous, disrespectful, ill-bred, ill-mannered, impertinent, inconsiderate, rude, thoughtless, uncalled-for, uncivil, ungracious, unhandsome, unmannered, unmannerly
- civil, considerate, courteous, genteel, gracious, mannerly, polite, thoughtful, well-bred
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