English words and Examples of Usage

use "rude" in a sentence

And when a worker is rude, it creates a lasting negative impression.

Interns can be so rude -- especially Lyle, who treated Dave with disdain.

N.B.: These rules go out the window if the person being rude is a celebrity.

Angela Merkel would never be that rude, but she might send the same message.

At first glance, you might mistakenly label a lightning rod as arrogant or rude.

The latter move is called shoaling, and according to some, it's unspeakably rude.

I do not know if this girl was racist, rude, or simply lacking business etiquette.

It was said that the chancellor's adviser had presented his demands in a rude tone.

Hiscock says once she started questioning what the caller was telling her, he became rude.

"We don't convict them of crimes because they are rich or they are rude or they are tough.

He wasn't rude about it and he took a moment to contemplate the question before answering.

The complaints about the cable company range from destruction of yards to workers being rude.

Any Jamaican child who did dare to be rude to their parents could expect some harsh punishment.

They’re more likely than male professors to be criticized as “disorganized,” “rude” and “bossy.”

I think it's unsexy when a man chews with his mouth open or when a man is rude or wears fedoras.

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