Definition of impolite:
open, abrupt, rough, unmannered, ungracious, rude, blustering, ill-mannered, unmannerly, blunt, bluff, plain-spoken, courtesy, inconsiderate, ill-bred, bratty, unparliamentary, unpolished, brusk, frank, brattish, discourteous.
- discourteous (part of speech: adjective)
- insolent (part of speech: adjective)
Beautiful as the blue ocean was, I had too much of it, for the horses were either walking in a lather of sea foam or were crowded between the cliff and the sea, every larger wave breaking over my foot and irreverently splashing my face; and the surges were so loud- tongued and incessant, throwing themselves on the beach with a tremendous boom, and drawing the shingle back with them with an equally tremendous rattle, so impolite and noisy, bent only on showing their strength, reckless, rude, self- willed, and inconsiderate!- "Unbeaten-Tracks-in-Japan", Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy).
- "The Motor Maids by Palm and Pine", Katherine Stokes.
- "The Jolliest School of All", Angela Brazil.