(The precocious student was later to be rudely ejected from Oxford for having contraceptives in his college room).
The part before Senator Leahy rudely interrupts her and basically tells her “shut up.”
This scene was rudely disturbed by the view of petrochemical plants and refineries in the background.
To keep from falling into the trap of rudely translating my opinions from the old country, I tried to do my homework….
"B: "I am not the kind of girl who should be rudely barging in on a white veil occasion.
Thompson would be there, and pause was given to his dreamings; he was rudely brought down from his own peculiar empyrean.
“So you lost your patient down there, I find,” said Sir William, rudely.
Marazzini said rudely that I might at least have kept the bottle of wine; but I gave him no answer.
Into the midst of this a helpless band of prisoners were rudely thrust.
All this had happened early in March, previous to that Sunday on which Mr. Neefit behaved so rudely to him at the cottage.
late 13c., "coarse, rough" (of surfaces), from Old French ruide (13c.) or directly from Latin rudis "rough, crude, unlearned," perhaps related to rudus "rubble." Sense of "ill-mannered, uncultured; uneducated, uncultured" is from mid-14c. Rude boy (also rudie, for short) in Jamaican slang is attested from 1967. Figurative phrase rude awakening is attested from 1895.