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Uncouth in a sentence

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Sentence count:38+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: awkwardbarbarousbaseboorishclumsycoarsecommoncrasscrudegrossrudeuncivilizedunculturedungainlyunpolishedvulgarAntonym: civilizedSimilar words: uncoverencourageencounterunconsciousuncomfortablecouncilencouragingencouragementMeaning: [ʌn'kuːθ]  adj. lacking refinement or cultivation or taste. 
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(1) She may embarrass you with her uncouth behavior.
(2) To a Japanese, spilling anything is uncouth.
(3) She found him loud-mouthed and uncouth.
(4) The stamp of the uncouth barbarian was on me.
(5) This led them to conclude that they were uncouth, filthy creatures who barely knew how to look after themselves.
(6) The city's elite viewed her as an uncouth farm girl.
(7) Despite his uncouth manner and four-letter language, no editor is more courted by senior Conservative politicians.
(8) If she knew it, green and uncouth as she was, Pertwee would know it also.
(9) The countryside was his enemy: uncouth heather and highwayman copses kept taking his jewel and hiding it.
(10) He would become dreadful, hideous, and uncouth.
(11) An uncouth, crude, or ill-bred person; a boor.
(12) He remained heavy and somewhat uncouth.
(13) He behaves in a most uncouth way.
(14) His nephew is an uncouth young man.
(15) From a distance he looks uncouth.
(16) Because he got rid of his ignorant and uncouth sweetness, he is no longer a boy.
(17) Others see us as overly materialistic, somewhat uncouth and lacking in social graces.
(18) With its huge, uncouth, gnarled arms and fingers sprawling unsymmetrically , it stood an aged, angry, and scornful monster among the smiling birches.
(19) At the very end of the poem, the uncouth swain "rose, and twitch't his Mantle blue: tomorrow to fresh Woods and Pastures new."
(20) An earthy , uncouth, servile peasant creature old Katy was.
(21) Before visiting the remote north, I had rather expected the folk there to be rough, uncouth, possibly even hostile.
(22) Even as she sank, she would know the woman was still leaning forward, great uncouth lump, writing.
(23) He had seemed puzzled but intrigued by the clogged, uncouth sketches of peasants.
(24) The chapter was very long, and consisted entirely of names, uncouth and difficult to pronounce.
(25) He could have begun Lycidas with this, with something like a description of the uncouth swain: "Oh, let me tell you about this uncouth swain."
(26) The huntsman standing in the hollow started off and let his dogs go, and Nikolay saw the red, uncouth - looking fox hurrying along close to the ground , with its bushy tail, through the green corn.
(27) The Chinese disciples of Pareto might have thought him uncouth.
(28) Philip could not conceal from himself that the other clerks ill - paid and uncouth were more useful.
(29) We didn't know this. It has been spoken by the uncouth swain, a rustic shepherd.
(30) The sun that was just dropped into the west or the uncouth swain?
More similar words: uncoverencourageencounterunconsciousuncomfortablecouncilencouragingencouragementunconventionalunconditionallyunconstitutionalsouthtruthsouthernsoutheastin truthsouthwestauthorizeauthoritysouth africaeuthanasiaword of mouthin commonrancorauthoritativeconcoctincoherentencompassincongruousincommodious
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