Definition of unmannerly in English:

unmannerly

Line breaks: un|man¦ner¦ly
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmanəli
 
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adjective

Not having or showing good manners: uncouth, unmannerly fellows
More example sentences
  • His manners - in an unmannerly age - were impeccable.
  • Yet, the possibility always remains that the signifying capabilities of the tongue, and, more generally, the body will exceed the narrow scope of its assignment, becoming rude, unmannerly, undisciplined, and uncivilized.
  • Chase is weird… that would be impolite… unmannerly.
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unmannerliness

noun
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  • But if unmannerliness were the sum of Stella's faults, patriarchy would not be as threatened by her as it evidently is, nor demand such a drastic restitution as the renunciation of her child.
  • At last there is official recognition of New Jersey's unmannerliness in emptying its housekeeping slops into New York's front yard.
  • The Latins there were vexed with his apparent unmannerliness.

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