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無作法, 不作法, ぶさほう

  • busahō


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • ill-mannered
  • rude

Examples of 無作法,不作法,ぶさほう in a Sentence

How dare you behave so rudely?
It is rude to stare at strangers.
It's very impolite of you to decline her invitation.
It is not good manners to laugh at someone when he makes mistakes.
It is rude to talk when your mouth is full.
It is bad manners to make a noise while you eat.
It is bad manners to eat with a knife.
It is bad manners to make noises at table.
It was impolite of him to do so.
He excused himself for his bad behavior.

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