She is not the kind of person; she is underbred, uneducated.
It was, somehow, so underbred to owe money to all sorts of people.
They were intellectually limited, spiritually common, all unlearned, and the majority of them underbred.
The man might be rude and underbred; he was rude and underbred!
Both disliked Home very much, and thought him an underbred Yankee quack and charlatan.
I should be sorry for him myself—if only he were not such an underbred beast!
This underbred girl, arrayed in the latest style of elegance as interpreted by Islington.
I like most people, but she was underbred—at One Hundredth Street?
He had never had a care in his life beyond his health, and quarrels of every sort he left to underbred people with evil tempers.
How prone to call the unblushing effrontery of every underbred man impudence!