uncivil

[uhn-siv-uhl]
adjective
1.
without good manners; unmannerly; rude; impolite; discourteous.

Origin:
1545–55; un-1 + civil

uncivility [uhn-suh-vil-i-tee] , uncivilness, noun
uncivilly, adverb


1. disrespectful, uncouth, boorish.
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uncivil (ʌnˈsɪvəl)
 
adj
1.  lacking civility or good manners
2.  an obsolete word for uncivilized
 
uncivility
 
n
 
un'civilness
 
n
 
un'civilly
 
adv

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Example sentences
And it's not because our leader is so patently uncivil himself.
It would simply be uncivil to thrust such a raw disagreement in people's faces.
It is widely perceived that the problem of uncivil conduct online has reached
  epidemic proportions.
In space, nobody can hear you be uncivil towards someone.
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