unclassy

unclassy

(ʌnˈklɑːsɪ)
adj, -sier or -siest
informal not classy or stylish; inelegant; tasteless
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Korybko said he believed the Indian Embassy in Moscow and the Indian MEA who Unnikrishnan tagged in his 'aggressive and defamatory post about me should condemn his unprofessionalism, and I call upon all of my Indian and other friends to do so as well but to please be respectful and not stoop down to his unclassy and disrespectful behavior.'
Taurasi, who speaks her mind, who sometimes showboats or argues with referees and who sometimes plays the role of antagonist, isn't unclassy. But she isn't always perfectly behaved either.
Rolland described Ahlam as "unclassy," insisting that she's not welcome at any of his future fashion shows, according to Al Quds Al Arabi.
MY FRIENDS claim it to be a head-to-toe yellow T-shirt and yellow skinny jeans combo for festival season 2008, but it was a move to stand out from all the other bands, so did I look ridiculous and highly unclassy? Yes.
Call-me-Dave's unclassy to urge people to dream as he entrenches division.
So disrecpectuful and unclassy and Ryan let it all happen."
It started with the unclassy way they got rid of Mark Hughes right before a match.
She is, in essence, unspoiled, unshowy and just the right side of unclassy.
There are moments in politics when it is necessary to remind yourself that matters at hand concern people's lives, and are matters of tragedy, not a cause for unclassy glee.
Just keep picturing that glimpse of yourself in the mirror--to remind you how unclassy gum-chewing really looks.
Murdoch didn't swing it, as his brassy, and decidedly unclassy, Sun bragged last time.
Profoundly mortified by the anecdote when the young Joan (before she became Joan Rivers) gravely overpacks for a Jamaica holiday and outs herself as unclassy, with city dresses and pumps rather than more unstructured cruisewear, I was determined never to fall into that trap.