Uncouth



adjective
1.
awkward, clumsy, or unmannerly:
uncouth behavior; an uncouth relative who embarrasses the family.
2.
strange and ungraceful in appearance or form.
3.
unusual or strange.
adjective
1.
lacking in good manners, refinement, or grace

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