impolite impolite  /ɪm pə ˌlaɪt/


  • (adj) not polite


  1. The implication is that class warfare is a terribly old-fashioned or impolite or downright un-American thing to engage in.
  2. He was rewarded by impolite and illbred hoots from the gallery, by blows and shouts from the actors.
  3. There are many cases in which the previous government was impolite to the royal family and to the King himself.


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    Amanda Bynes’ string of meltdowns in part began with a strange Drake admission about the Canadian star, the former Nickelodeon princess, and an impolite desire expressed through the microblogging service. Since that time, Amanda Bynes has engaged in a number of strange, aggressive and high-profile kerfuffles with everyone from Cher to Courtney Love to Chrissy [...] Amanda Bynes Apologizes To ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr


  1. "If I may put it without being impolite to you, you are all over the place," Mr Mansfield said.
    on Jan 15, 2008 By: Michael Mansfield Source:

  2. "Jon knows the difference of being irreverent without being impolite," said Cates, when Stewart's appointment was announced last week. "This is not a political show. I think he understands that."
    on Jan 10, 2006 By: Gilbert Cates Source: BBC News

  3. "I don't want to be impolite to a colleague on the executive committee, but I've asked him why he wants to introduce changes to this success story," Johansson said. "The Champions League is covered by numerous television stations around the...
    on Jan 27, 2007 By: Lennart Johansson Source: Times Online

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