- without good manners; ill-mannered; discourteous; impolite.
Origin of mannerless
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Examples from the Web for mannerless
Could I make this mannerless child understand his possibilities?The Wonder
J. D. Beresford
I have no hesitation in declaring, in the face of all mankind, that they are a set of mannerless scoundrels.
The prevalent idea that the American hotel clerk is a mannerless despot is, me judice, rather too severe.The Land of Contrasts
James Fullarton Muirhead
Alas, waxen-faced men lying silent and mannerless under glass covers.Gargoyles
Certainly, in New York, we are too vain of our bustle to realize how mannerless and motiveless it is.
- having bad manners; boorish
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