rudely in a sentence

  1. We should not behave rudely towards another.
  2. He behaved rudely with me.
  3. He rudely asked me to sign it.
  4. His proposal for marriage was turned down rudely.
  5. My husband speaks to me quite rudely.
  6. He is prone to losing his temper and behaving rudely.
  7. If we talk rudely to our customers, we will lose them.
  8. He spoke rudely and did not listen to our pleas.
  9. Why are you behaving rudely with me?
  10. He never acted rudely with anyone.
  11. He is in the habit of using vulgar language and behave rudely.
  12. She rejected me angrily and rudely.
  13. He used vulgar language and behaved rudely.
  14. It would be meaner if you say that rudely.
  15. Don’t do it rudely.
  16. I have been treated rudely, consistently.
  17. If a beggar demands money rudely he will receive only scorn.
  18. He lost patience and spoke rudely to me.
  19. Should we behave rudely with a rude person?
  20. I feel very guilty if I talk rudely to anyone.
  21. Homeless people are often overlooked or treated rudely.
  22. He behaved very badly and rudely with me.
  23. Can we file an FIR if anyone talks us rudely?
  24. He was prone to losing his temper and behaving rudely.
  25. He talked rudely with me.
  26. He behaves very rudely to his friends.
  27. Why do people talk rudely to you?
  28. I am going to laugh rudely.
  29. He behaved rudely and asked me to leave.
  30. Why do you talk to me so rudely?
  31. Why did you treats him rudely?
  32. Do not behave rudely with anyone.
  33. Why have you replied so rudely?
  34. They made an apology for having spoken so rudely.
  35. His proposal was rudely turned down.
  36. He behaved rudely.
  37. He spoke to me rudely.
  38. Though she treated me rudely, I will forgive her.
  39. It is bad that he spoke so rudely.
  40. They talk rudely to me.
  41. Always hear the other side and do not rudely contradict what others say.
  42. She behaved with them rudely.
  43. That is the man who spoke rudely to her.
  44. This is the man who spoke rudely to us in the train.
  45. Who spoke rudely to her?
  46. He behaved rudely.
  47. He addressed me rudely.
  48. A shopkeeper who behaves rudely with his customers can never flourish in his trade.
  49. He answered rather rudely.
  50. She answered rudely.
  51. His proposal was rudely turned down.
  52. This is the man who spoke rudely to her.
  53. Why did he speak so rudely to yous colleagues?
  54. He had spoken rudely to his colleagues.
  55. They talk rudely to the girls.
  56. This is the man who spoke rudely to her.
  57. He behaved rudely
  58. I am sorry that he behaved so rudely to your father.
  59. Did you hear how rudely he talked to me?
  60. I was rudely awakened by a loud noise.
  61. Speaking rudely and arrogantly is bad manners.

Synonyms of Rudely


  • I have to speak bluntly to him.
  • She answered bluntly that she would do nothing of that kind.


  • I brazenly confess it


  • The officer spoke curtly to all of them.


  • He harshly reacted to his rebuke.


  • He had exposed himself imprudently to the night air.


  • He had pushed him roughly away.
  • Asia is roughly four times the size of Europe.
  • These can be classified roughly into three types.
  • They pushed him roughly into the car.
  • They had pushed him roughly away.
  • He had been pushed roughly away by the onlookers.


  • Agricultural production increased sharply because of the improved infrastructure’.
  • The opinion in the meeting was sharply divided.
  • I react sharply to injustice and cannot help grinding my teeth at it.
  • He sharply asked what it was.
  • It jumped sharply in comparison to normal days.
  • It contrasts sharply with its surroundings.
  • He looked sharply at me over his spectacles.
  • The road curves sharply to the right.
  • The road turns sharply to the left.
  • Her attire was sharply detailed and enhanced by fine cuts.








Antonyms of Rudely


  • He politely told her to go on her way.
  • She thanked him politely before she took to her heels.
  • He asked them politely to wait outside.
  • He politely offered to remove it.
  • I must say I just listen politely and I don’t care anymore.
  • I politely refused saying that I done my duty.
  • Your refusal must be politely worded.
  • He speaks politely and kindly to us.
  • She politely told him that he was in the wrong line and should go to another counter.
  • He spoke politely in a sweet voice.
  • Ask him politely to return the book explaining to him its urgency.
  • He politely told her to go on her way.
  • I politely turned down his offer.
  • She always acts politely toward everybody.
  • He politely pretended not to notice that she had been crying.
  • These bank employees seem politely insolent.