Origin of impolite
OTHER WORDS FROM impoliteim·po·lite·ly, adverbim·po·lite·ness, noun
Words nearby impolite
How to use impolite in a sentence
After all those pictures of Clayton Kershaw holding the World Series trophy high, all those videos of Los Angeles Dodgers jumping for joy without the weight of past disappointment pressing on their backs, the question feels almost impolite.The Dodgers of 2020 were a force. Now they have a title to defend, with Trevor Bauer to help.|Chelsea Janes|April 1, 2021|Washington Post
Sometimes we beg him to eat faster, but that seems unhealthy, as well as impolite.Miss Manners: Poky eater keeps family stuck at the table|Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
Luckily for the South Carolina native, his encounters with the impolite are rare.Parks and Recreation’s Aziz Ansari Is 30 Years Old and Writing a Book About Modern Love|Abby Haglage|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Zarif complained that the way I asked my question to him was “impolite.”
Funny, I think jailing journalists and bloggers is “impolite.”
I wish everyone reacted to impolite cell phone usage like Kevin Williamson.
Then again, yet to meet an impolite Canadian in person, so maybe this is just Twitter being Twitter.
"You may be as impolite to me as you wish; I cannot go," he said.The Devil|Joseph O'Brien
We were kalkilatin' on yer bein' even that impolite: wasn't we, boys?Two Men of Sandy Bar|Bret Harte
In the other, a woman takes no inconsiderable share in the arduous but impolite performance—pulling men by the nose.
It is considered impolite to return the vessel before emptying it, and a good Kirghiz is never guilty of this impropriety.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
He did not wish to be impolite, so he kept turning his face aside and pretending to cough.A Treasury of Eskimo Tales|Clara Kern Bayliss