#WordOfTheDay – What does uncouth mean?


Hey Sparkle Writers! On today’s #WordOfTheDay series we are looking at what uncouth means.

Uncouth is an adjective that means several things. We’d tell you all about it today and even give you a few examples.

Uncouth can mean awkward, clumsy, or unmannerly. Look at this example;
Your brother is uncouth, he always embarrasses the family.
It can also mean strange, unusual and ungraceful in appearance or form.

My brother’s uncouth girlfriend does not realize she should close her mouth while chewing her food.

Have you used this word in a sentence before? You should try it.

Remember that if you don’t use the words you learn here you won’t remember them.



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