Meaning of uncouthness in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈkuːθnəs/


See uncouth

‘Probably not very, given the essential uncouthness of the town, but at least it shows they're trying.’
  • ‘The penchant for booing by baseball spectators probably reached its lowest level of uncouthness in 1985 when the first-place Toronto Blue Jays met the second-place Yankees in the opener of a crucial four-game series at Yankee Stadium.’
  • ‘Uncertain what to be more mad at, Eric's drugs, Eric's uncouthness, or his own inability to think, he turned his head back towards Bryan's smirking cousin.’