churl·ish    /ˈCHərliSH/    Adjective  Rude in a mean-spirited and surly way.    Synonyms  rude - boorish - coarse - uncivil - uncouth - unmannerly

churl·ish /ˈCHərliSH/ Adjective Rude in a mean-spirited and surly way. Synonyms rude - boorish - coarse - uncivil - uncouth - unmannerly

It also annoys me how people discredit the word "trigger" now a days. Like you can't use it in any sentence without people discrediting what you're saying.

It also annoys me how people discredit the word "trigger" now a days. Like you can't use it in any sentence without people discrediting what you're saying.

When you don't want to be rude so you try to both read and listen at the same time but you just end up reading the same sentence for the fifth time

When someone tries to talk to me while I'm reading a book. I really don't care. Forget the "No offense. I'm reading HeRe!

churlish - adjective rude in a mean-spirited and surly way. "it seems churlish to complain" synonyms:	rude, ill-mannered, discourteous, impolite, ungracious, unmannerly, uncivil, ungentlemanly, ungallant, unchivalrous;

churlish - adjective rude in a mean-spirited and surly way. "it seems churlish to complain" synonyms: rude, ill-mannered, discourteous, impolite, ungracious, unmannerly, uncivil, ungentlemanly, ungallant, unchivalrous;

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Yeah. I hear that a LOT at my school. Not aimed at me though. Mostly boys.

I can't stand when people use the word gay that way. It makes them sound homophobic or they're just homophobic in general.

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I hate how people use the word retarded now, it's rude and most don't understand how they are using it

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Synonyms: politeness, manners  Antonyms: immorality, rudeness

Synonyms: politeness, manners Antonyms: immorality, rudeness

"Yob" means "an aggressive, rude person". Example: Be careful if you go to that pub on Friday night, a lot of yobs will be looking for a fight.

"Yob" means "an aggressive, rude person". Example: Be careful if you go to that pub on Friday night, a lot of yobs will be looking for a fight.

Pour tout le monde, les fêtes sont synonymes de cadeaux et de bon repas. Alors pour finir en beauté, rien de mieux que de la légèreté en bouche et pour notre estomac, mis à rude épreuve. Cette bûche va enchanter tous vos invités, avec sa crème à la framboise qui sublime le chocolat, dont le goût est relevé par une dacquoise à la noisette. Une bûche allégée en matière grasse par l'utilisation de l'agar agar.

Pour tout le monde, les fêtes sont synonymes de cadeaux et de bon repas. Alors pour finir en beauté, rien de mieux que de la légèreté en bouche et pour notre estomac, mis à rude épreuve. Cette bûche va enchanter tous vos invités, avec sa crème à la framboise qui sublime le chocolat, dont le goût est relevé par une dacquoise à la noisette. Une bûche allégée en matière grasse par l'utilisation de l'agar agar.

How are you? – I am angry right now. Enojado and other adjectives have synonyms, for example: bravo, enfadado and molesto.  http://www.spanishlearninglab.com/feelings-emotions-in-spanish/

Enojado = Angry (How are you? – I am very angry right now. Enojado and other adjectives have synonyms, for example: bravo, enfadado and molesto.

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