adjective, rud·er, rud·est.
Origin of rude
Definition for rude (2 of 2)
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But below the surfaces of many of his films, rude, angry sex simmered; cool, icy blondes were tied up, handcuffed, humiliated.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But if I could live in an economy where everyone had the privilege to be rude rather than the obligation to fake it, I would.
The rude coat-check lady gives you a mask to wear over your face, and then you are sent down some stairs.Sex, Blood, and Screaming: Blackout’s Dark Frights|Tim Teeman|October 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Apparently, Minaj received a slew of offensive tweets and rude Instagram comments in response to the racy image.Beyoncé’s ‘Flawless’ Lyrics Tease Her Elevator Drama with Jay Z|Amy Zimmerman|August 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though it would be nice if they could do it without being peppered by a bunch of rude questions from Larry King.
His stores of oatmeal were brought out, kine were slaughtered; and a rude and hasty meal was set before the numerous guests.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
He gave his rude children a noble moral code, the original form of the Decalogue.The Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible|R. Heber Newton
"I must first rest a little," he returned, with a sigh of weariness, as he fell back exhausted upon his rude couch.Mildred at Home|Martha Finley
He then bent his eye sternly upon the group of bailiffs, especially upon the rude ruffian, Grimes, whose conduct was so atrocious.Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent|William Carleton
The crypt is of interest from being mainly built up from the rude early church of the Danish founder.Romantic Ireland; volume 1/2|M.F and B. McM. Mansfield