disrespectful

[dis-ri-spekt-fuhl]
adjective
characterized by, having, or showing disrespect; lacking courtesy or esteem: a disrespectful remark about teachers.

Origin:
1670–80; dis-1 + respectful

disrespectfully, adverb
disrespectfulness, noun


impolite, rude, impertinent, irreverent.
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disrespect (ˌdɪsrɪˈspɛkt)
 
n
1.  contempt; rudeness
 
vb
2.  (tr) to show lack of respect for
 
disre'spectful
 
adj
 
disre'spectfully
 
adv
 
disre'spectfulness
 
n

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disrespectful
1670s, from disrespect + -ful.
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Example sentences
Not to be rude or disrespectful, it's simply a fair question about the reality
  of this situation.
To do so at any other time would be disrespectful of the animal as a super
  predator.
In addition, shooting wolves is disrespectful to highly intelligent
  family-oriented survivors in the wild.
Not only is it disrespectful to that film, it's also an acknowledgement that
  you aren't known for much else.
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