ungentlemanly

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ungentlemanly

(ʌnˈdʒɛntlmənlɪ)
adj
not appropriate to or befitting a gentleman
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Adj.1.ungentlemanly - not befitting a gentlemanungentlemanly - not befitting a gentleman    
unrefined - (used of persons and their behavior) not refined; uncouth; "how can a refined girl be drawn to such an unrefined man?"
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Translations

ungentlemanly

[ʌnˈdʒentlmənlɪ] ADJpoco caballeroso, indigno de un caballero
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ungentlemanly

, ungentlemanlike
adjunfein; (= impolite)unhöflich; it is ungentlemanly to do sodas gehört sich nicht für einen Gentleman; it is ungentlemanly not to do soein Gentleman sollte das tun
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In its earliest critical conception as vers de societe, it refused emotional imbalance, excessive intellectual ambition, and ungentlemanliness. Later, it refused the "specialized" language that distances the poet from a popular audience, and later still, it refused to settle down and be serious.
Later on, as we learn from the conversations of the two protagonists at the end of the book, Darcy will ponder this accusation of ungentlemanliness and will strive to be very civil to Elizabeth and her relatives when he meets them at Pemberley.
In stressing that the law of nations excludes treaties and customs, Pufendorf states that "if a man who is waging a legitimate war" neglects customary international norms, "he may be accused of no fault other than a kind of ungentlemanliness." Id.