inurbane

inurbane

(ˌɪnɜːˈbeɪn)
adj
rare not urbane; lacking in courtesy or polish
ˌinurˈbanely adv
inurbanity n
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Millet M, Sanusi A, Wortham H (1996) Chemical composition of fog water in inurbane area: Strasbourg (France).
"There is a splendour in good High German, the German of the stage, the German that commands: in comparison, dialect sounds like a mixed farmyard, many hens and a few geese, unwomanly, unlearned, inurbane." Dialects exclude, including other Swiss; they also bind the Swiss against the Germans.
"Los marineros son gente gentil, inurbane" and a sailor's only god is his sea-chest and his mess ({40}); mule-drivers, whom the first readers of this story would assume are Moriscos, are uncouth and unbelieving: "a trueco de no perder la jornada, perderan el alma; ...