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See definition of uncouthly on Dictionary.com
  • as inawkwardly
  • as inrudely

synonyms for uncouthly

  • clumsily
  • stiffly
  • bunglingly
  • carelessly
  • fumblingly
  • gawkily
  • gracelessly
  • inelegantly
  • ineptly
  • lumberingly
  • unadroitly
  • ungracefully
  • unskillfully
  • with difficulty
  • harshly
  • crudely
  • imprudently
  • loudly
  • roughly
  • sharply
  • bluntly
  • discourteously
  • barbarously
  • boorishly
  • brazenly
  • coarsely
  • contemptuously
  • crassly
  • curtly
  • disrespectfully
  • indecently
  • indecorously
  • insolently
  • sassily
  • snootily
  • tactlessly
  • unabashedly
  • uncivilly
  • ungraciously
  • vulgarly
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antonyms for uncouthly

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  • adroitly
  • gracefully
  • skillfully
  • civilly
  • politely
  • courteously
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How to use uncouthly in a sentence

It contained some lines of a very rugged doggerel, hardly even rhyming, written in a gross character, and most uncouthly spelt.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 8 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
He was finding nothing to say to Rue Carew, or saying what 318 he said as crudely and uncouthly as any haymaker in Gayfield.
THE DARK STARROBERT W. CHAMBERS
His legs were short and very bandy, so that he waddled uncouthly as he walked.
THE LAST OF THE LEGIONS AND OTHER TALES OF LONG AGOARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
So the moorsmen, blessing her uncouthly for her fairness and kind words, went back with their furs and bows into their fastnesses.
THE FIFTH QUEEN CROWNEDFORD MADOX FORD
He floundered down uncouthly and grasped the beech leaves with his hands, and then lay still.
THE STORY OF ABSTANLEY WATERLOO
Moorish thimbles, conical and uncouthly large, are not uncommonly met with at Granada.
THE ARTS AND CRAFTS OF OLDER SPAIN, VOLUME I (OF 3)LEONARD WILLIAMS
Even the Seedees gambolled uncouthly in strange gaudy raiment, looking like slaves who had found an opulent and indulgent master.
THE CROOKED STICKROLF BOLDREWOOD
The man on the bed breathed loudly, uncouthly, with now and then a short, sharp moan.
BRUCE OF THE CIRCLE AHAROLD TITUS
How uncouthly the huge piano that occupies the corner at the left of the door looms out in the uncertain twilight!
MASTERPIECES OF MYSTERYVARIOUS
Men before him had tried to tell stories, but had told them hesitatingly, even uncouthly; Giotto spoke clearly and to the point.
MASTERS IN ART, PART 32, V. 3, AUGUST, 1902: GIOTTOANONYMOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO UNCOUTHLY

  • bunglingly
  • carelessly
  • clumsily
  • fumblingly
  • gawkily
  • gracelessly
  • inelegantly
  • ineptly
  • lumberingly
  • stiffly
  • unadroitly
  • uncouthly
  • ungracefully
  • unskillfully
  • with difficulty
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