- s socially incorrect in behavior
resentment flared at such an unmannered intrusion
- s without artificiality; natural
the doctor's quiet unmannered entry
- For a bad guy, M:i:III has Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, whose Owen Davian is surprisingly unmannered.
- Like Bruckner's soaring Gothic symphonies, Gorecki's music is secure -- staunch in its Catholicism, sanguine in its magisterial technique and confident in its calm, unmannered .
- Doubtless, there were far too many official functions and politicians and too much heat, but we are not quite the unmannered, uncouth colonials your article implies .