mannerless


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mannerless

(ˈmænəlɪs)
adj
having bad manners; boorish
ˈmannerlessness n
Translations
References in classic literature ?
The schooners rocked and dipped at a safe distance, like mother ducks watching their brood, while the dories behaved like mannerless ducklings.
Call her mannerless, uncultured or even graceless, we all know the real reason why we love to hate Jumwa is because nothing scares and terrifies our society than a woman sure of herself, who does not care about what people think and is not afraid to speak her mind.
That's being mannerless if we are to take that direction,' Ruto said at the PCEA Tabuga church in Nakuru.
No well-raised person would address a 90-year old man in such a mannerless fashion.
It is precisely this "open door" that Bourdieu wants us to break through: that is, to understand that what we see when we see Le Dejeuner sur l'herbe is the cultural space of scandal, the naked sexually available woman matter-of-factly positioned between two men who possess her in some undefined, mannerless, and inarguable way.
My thoughts were jolted back to the present as the lady became more irate: "I said excuse me - can I purchase a set of colouring pens which offer a more expansive range of colours?" Miffed, I took a bit more notice of this clearly mannerless lady.
I was tempted to tell her how little Eliot would adore the mannerless yeasts of the Brooklyn from which she came, and how he might prefer to allow her to appreciate his poetry only in step to the transmigration of her voice from all urgent Yiddish nasalities to the few high English analities of relinquished desire.