Meaning: Lacking refinement, cultivation or taste
Usage/Example: 1. It must have come as such a shock to them that he's turned out to be a little on the sexist side and somewhat uncouth (Source: The Independent)
2. The case has also drawn attention in Australia, prompting debate over the country's tolerance of uncouth behaviour by its citizens abroad. (Source: The Rakyat Post)
3. As easy comedy fodder for the, let's say, uncouth part of the internet, Pepe often found himself used in alt-right image macros and memes. (Source: Paste Magazine)
Synonyms and Antonyms: Uncouth
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