Pronunciation of Rude
/ɹˈuːd/, /ɹˈuːd/, /ɹ_ˈuː_d/
Antonyms for rude:
Synonyms for rude:
disharmonious, oafish, lippy, inexcusable, Misbehaved, uncultured, Familiar, surly, inharmonic, peremptory, mocking, unpleasant, disobliging, abusive, unmusical, cute, gauche, disagreeable, abrasive, obnoxious, aggressive, indecent, mountainous, distasteful, nervy, Familiarly, inappropriate, raucous, sassy, thankless.
Other synonyms and related words:
early, benighted, gothic, indecent, Incult, yokelish, gruff, bounderish, flippant, insensible, undressed, inharmonious, disagreeable, lowbrow, unlettered, unlearned, wild, plain, crusty, pastoral, ignorant, gauche, inharmonic, illiberal, daring, sylvan, uneducated, frank, ungainly, rambunctious, untreated, insulting, abrupt, unkind, harsh, shabby, thick, jeering, simple, rustic, lowbred, thoughtless, primitive, instinctive, uncalled-for, inexcusable, truculent, Misbehaved, uninstructed, pert, loud, inappropriate, heathen, indecorous, intrusive, bucolic, unmannerly, ungracious, snotty, turbulent, barbarian, ungentlemanly, thankless, unmusical, wise, unmannered, mountainous, lifelike, boisterous, bluff, loutish, unschooled, obnoxious, impudent, foulmouthed, nervy, uncultivated, obtrusive, inconsiderate, fresh, unpleasant, untaught, peremptory, Malapert, surly, tasteful, pejorative, untoward, unthinking, immodest, cute, barefaced, disharmonious, naive, underbred, distasteful, unblushing, unladylike, sassy, forward, unceremonious, unsophisticated, snippy, officious, oafish, raucous, blunt, churlish, dissonant, bare-ass, Unhandsome, unprocessed, illiterate, uncultured, unread, cacophonous, heathenish, inhospitable, bleak, archaic, unreserved, tart, impish, untutored, merciless, mocking, cutting, unharmonious, nonliterate, smart, natural, abusive, sharp, mischievous, raffish, brassy, lippy, discordant, disobliging, untamed, open, scornful.
crude, primitive (adjective)
disrespectful, rough (adjective)
cheeky, raw, uncouth, insolent, wild, abrupt, impolite, barbaric, unrefined, unmannerly, discourteous, savage, barbarian, low, uncivil, uncivilized, obscene, boorish, unpolished, peremptory, brutish, ungracious, coarse, ignorant, crude, impertinent, churlish, insulting, gross, blunt, intrusive, graceless, uneducated, vulgar, abusive, illiterate, surly, inconsiderate, impudent, uncultured, gruff, barbarous, loutish.
audacious, saucy, contemptuous, insolent, mouthy, brazen, impertinent, disrespectful, impolite, derisive, flagrant, bold, brash, outrageous, arrogant, irreverent, insubordinate, presumptuous, cheeky, outspoken, callous, sacrilegious, defiant, sarcastic, candid, discourteous.
sudden; approximate (adjective)
base, boorish, rough, philistine, in bad taste, ill-bred, depraved, glaring, sordid, salty, offensive, cheap, garish, low, crude, rank, profane, idiomatic, chintzy, vulgar, earthy, brazen, tawdry, coarse-grained, repulsive, common, unseemly, clumsy, revolting, raw, gaudy, crass, outlandish, inelegant, tasteless, scandalous, sleazy, unrefined, unbecoming, unpolished, colloquial, barnyard, tactless, undignified, brutish, gross, ignoble, coarse, mobbish, cockney, indelicate, obscene, homespun, degraded, ignominious, shameless, animal, barbaric, graceless, broad.
Sense 1 (noun)
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Usage examples for rude:
- I didn't mean to be rude; but you'll have to take us as you find us, I'm afraid. - "Half a Dozen Girls", Anna Chapin Ray.
- Will you think it rude if I ask what that is? - "The Captain of the Kansas", Louis Tracy.
- Somehow, I don't quite know how, I fell back a good distance behind the carriage, and then I found myself so near the Boy, who had been slowly following, that it would have been rude not to join him. - "The Princess Passes", Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson.