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unmannered

adjective un·man·nered \-ˈma-nərd\

Definition of UNMANNERED

1
:  marked by a lack of good manners :  rude
2
:  characterized by an absence of artificiality :  unaffected
un·man·nered·ly adverb

Examples of UNMANNERED

  1. <we will never again invite such unmannered guests>

First Known Use of UNMANNERED

1594

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