[ UK /ʌnmˈænəli/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. socially incorrect in behavior
    resentment flared at such an unmannered intrusion
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How To Use unmannerly In A Sentence

  • That unfriendly, unbrotherly, unneighbourly, as well as rash and unmannerly, Spurning of the Execution, and then sending it to John Adams diary 7, 21 March - 18 October 1761
  • Like ither menseless graceless brutes. [unmannerly] 'An neist my yowie, silly thing, [next] Robert Burns How To Know Him
  • The self-promotional nature of much academic politics and competition is unmannerly.
  • ‘Thanks in advance Dale,’ the Cat chirped before diving into the menu, but not without adding, ‘Not like a certain other unmannerly dog here.’
  • The full details of her unmannerly treatment of colleagues, and in particular of Geoffrey Howe, are almost painful to read.
  • The Swedish manager of the time was Ole Nordin and the unmannerly snub clearly still rankles as much as his omission.
  • Now since the street in itself is quiet I can only assume that this is suburb lingo for unmannerly and they are probably the only folk who haven't come by to introduce themselves since we moved in.
  • But here at least there is little evidence of his unmannerly supporters.
  • Not only does Hamlet appear more rational than the King and Queen suspect but he also seems quite willing to perform madness, thus meeting the expectations of his audience, in order to speak in an uncensored and unmannerly fashion.
  • His manners - in an unmannerly age - were impeccable.
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