- lacking good manners; rude or ill-bred.
- without affectation or insincerity; ingenuous: He is a refreshingly unmannered person.
Origin of unmannered
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Related Wordsactual, artless, candid, earnest, frank, heartfelt, hearty, honest, known, natural, open, positive, real, reliable, righteous, sincere, trustworthy, unaffected, unfeigned, unimpeachable
Examples from the Web for unmannered
And I have an invitation for you, Evan—you unmannered boy, that you do not bow!Evan Harrington, Complete
"Do not break in on me with unmannered words," said the bishop.Pabo, The Priest
In the grand march I could indulge in the most unmannered swagger.A Backward Glance at Eighty
Charles A. Murdock
Soft, but with no unmanly softness; luxuriant, but with no unmannered luxury.Val d'Arno
Hard of heart, flinty of soul, rude, unmannered and unlovely.The Geste of Duke Jocelyn
- without good manners; coarse; rude
- not affected; without mannerisms
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