(1) ├ö├ç├┐Well, you're not going back to school until September, so we have a while,├ö├ç├û Elaine said sensibly, slightly annoyed by Gabriella's uncouth laughter.(2) ├ö├ç├┐You had a beard,├ö├ç├û she said, ├ö├ç├┐dark in parts, still somewhat ragged and uncouth , not at all sophisticated.├ö├ç├û(3) Max is unsophisticated, uncouth , rough and tough - but his heart is in the right place.(4) Unless he's uncouth and rude, give him a chance.(5) You are the rudest, most foul, vulgar, offensive, and uncouth child I've ever seen!(6) I haven't done anything to you, so I can't see the reason why I am treated in such an uncouth manner.(7) ├ö├ç├┐His art was called original, free, honest and strong, as well as crude and uncouth ,├ö├ç├û said Conrads.(8) It turns out that she has a few skeletons in her closet, including parents who could optimistically be considered uncouth and a husband, Jake, who has refused to give her a divorce.(9) The drawings share some of the sculptures' rough and uncouth qualities: the line is generally neutral, even unmodulated, and acquires power through repetition rather than finesse.(10) Now they're being told they are uncouth as well├ö├ç┬¬(11) Shouting matches in the street are so uncouth , but sometimes you've just gotta.(12) Make no mistake, Harris is still sneering at the uncouth accents of his compatriots, except now he calls them consumers instead of hicks and they live in a subdivision instead of a holler.(13) I hardly see how one person can cause all of that to happen and ruin a whole day, no matter how uncouth he is.(14) If, while performing his duties, he was approached by petitioners who seemed uncouth or outlandish, he should not gawk or make them feel uncomfortable; rather, he should treat them politely and proceed with business as usual.(15) The left thinks him politically uncouth; the right thinks him socially uncouth .(16) The uncouth language of the younger generation was particularly distressing.