Synonyms & Antonyms : Rude





Rude



( Adjective )


It is
rude to interrupt at people.

Synonyms:

Discourteous

Impudent

Unmannerly

Saucy

Churlish

Impertinent

Impolite

Contextual Examples:

We felt sorry to observe that the son was rather
discourteous to his father’s guests.

Mrs. Laxmi complained to her friend that the errand boy had been
impudent to her.

These children are too
unmannerly to be invited to a party.

Her
saucy remarks raised many eyebrows.

The
churlish brute muttered menacingly when my friend asked him to leave.

The customers were unhappy with the
impertinent waitress.

It is considered impolite for a man to receive guests in
informal night dress.



Antonyms:

Civil

Cultivated

Polished

Courteous

Elegant

Genteel

Refined

Sophisticated

Contextual Examples:

Raman knows how to be
civil with lady quests.

I am trying to
cultivate friendship with Neha my classmate.

His
polished manners win him new friends with ease.

His
courteous behavior has made him quiet popular among the local elites.

Richard is
elegant enough to make high level contacts in politics.

Graham is too
refined and sophisticated for a rough life of the village.


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