Definition of impolite in English:
Not having or showing good manners; rude: it would have been impolite to refuse
More example sentences
- I knew it was rude and impolite but I was too distressed to be thinking of manners.
- The manager, in a very impolite manner, told them to leave the bar and never come back.
- I believe that you were impolite and disrespectful to your host.
rude, bad-mannered, ill-mannered, discourteous, uncivil, disrespectful, inconsiderate, boorish, churlish, ill-bred, ungentlemanly, unladylike, ungracious;
informal ignorant, lippy, saucy
- Example sentences
- Unhappy at her placing, she returned to the stage and gestured impolitely at the judges, thus receiving a two-year suspension.
- ‘You have a strange name,’ I informed him impolitely.
- He ignored her, turning his head away impolitely.
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