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ill-mannered

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Definition of ill-mannered in English:

adjective

Having bad manners; not behaving well in social situations: ill-mannered and unruly children
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  • But many people, however, now celebrate and defend rude, ill-mannered behavior.
  • It was quite rude and ill-mannered of you to make them wait on you.
  • Golf parties are not notoriously rowdy or ill-mannered.
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