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  • Uncouth they might be in many ways, but recorded examples of their speech show a respect for grammar and construction, and purity of expression, that put most modern Americans and Britons to shame.

    Isabelle

  • I just hate to see everyone pretending that they're going to abolutely FAINT from the Horror and Shock of Hillary's Uncouth Remark.

    Obama Camp: We Accept Hillary's Apology; Let's Move On

  • Uncouth, loud mouth Liberal MP Robert Thibault is again eating his foot.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • As I argue in my recently published book, Uncouth Nation: Why Europe Dislikes America, anti-Americanism precedes the misdeeds of the Bush administration and will remain largely intact even when - God willing - we will see this eight-year-long nightmare end on January 20, 2009 with the inauguration of a Democrat as our new president.

    Andrei Markovits: Why Europe Dislikes America

  • Here was my takeaway from Star Wars: · Uncouth, venal, wisecracking Americans exist in every corner of the universe.

    The Last Guy in the World to See Star Wars

  • Uncouth and unsatisfactory as this short interview had been, it had furnished Mr Pecksniff with a hint which, supposing nothing further were imparted to him, repaid the journey up and home again.

    The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

  • The first chapter, "The Couth and the Uncouth," approvingly described the Ivy Leaguer's "amused tolerance" of the nationwide craze for all things Ivy that had begun in the late fifties.

    Confessions of a Prep School College Counselor

  • The first chapter, "The Couth and the Uncouth," approvingly described the Ivy Leaguer's "amused tolerance" of the nationwide craze for all things Ivy that had begun in the late fifties.

    Confessions of a Prep School College Counselor

  • Uncouth Megaenetus is his, and rough Phormisius too;

    The Frogs

  • Uncouth shepherds to right and to left, wild men from Galatia milling on the border!

    The Grass Crown

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