Synonyms of 'impolite'
If you are disrespectful, you show no respect in the way that you speak or behave to someone.
They shouldn't treat their mothers in this disrespectful way.
If you say that someone is ill-bred, you mean that they have bad manners.
They seemed to her rather vulgar and ill-bred.
If you describe someone as ill-mannered, you are critical of them because they are impolite or rude.
She would have considered it ill-mannered to show surprise.
improper or ungraceful; unseemly
If something or someone is indelicate, they are rude or embarrassing.
She could not touch upon such an indelicate subject.
If you say that someone is being insolent, you mean they are being rude to someone they ought to be respectful to.
Don't be insolent with me, young lady!
If you describe a man or a boy as loutish, you are critical of them because their behaviour is impolite and aggressive.
I was appalled by the loutish behaviour.
He was rough and common.
When people are rude, they act in an impolite way towards other people or say impolite things about them.
He's rude to her friends.
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Thesaurus for impolite from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you say that someone is impolite , you mean that they are rather rude and do not have good manners.