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bad manners

noun as in improper behavior

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Example Sentences

Seems like bad manners to ask if Mr. Griffin has any children approaching college age.

To fail to do so is regarded as extremely bad manners and can lead to much huffing and puffing.

“Bad manners should be severely punished,” she adds angrily.

Netanyahu, though, has good reason to ignore the bad manners.

Some of those people travel, and some of the rest inflict their bad manners on tourists.

Besides his bad manners and uncouth ways, the Sewer Rat was disgustingly dirty in his habits.

It was not the bad manners of ignorance; it was the wilful bad manners arising from deep offence.

It is the almost universal bad manners of the present age which make race intolerable to race.

Gresham's law, extended: Bad manners drive out good manners.

"The fumes of your last night's debauch are some excuse for your bad manners, sir," said he, rising.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bad manners, such as: boorishness, discourtesy, disrespect, impoliteness, inconsideration, and unmannerliness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.