bad-mannered bad-mannered


  • (adj) socially incorrect in behavior



  1. The pitilessly fanatic and bad-mannered bridge players run Fridays.
  2. Emi: There are many older people who are bad-mannered.
  3. Pravda's bad-mannered belch clearly had some deep but hidden bearing on inter-Allied relations for war peace.


  • Do the Bride a Favor Gives Brides Helpful Tips for Wedding Gift Etiquette

    Following a bridezilla article published June 29, 2013, from The Huffington Post, entitled “Wedding Gift Amount Deemed Insufficient By Bad-Mannered Bride,” Do the Bride a Favor is giving wedding gift etiquette tips for brides. (PRWeb July 11, 2013) Read the full story at
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  • "This means that he is both bad-mannered and incites hatred. No one should be misled by these wolves who wish to dress themselves in lambskin", Borisov said further.
    on Jul 14, 2009 By: Boiko Borisov Source: Focus News

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