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Adverb
In a rude manner
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“His coarse mannerisms were repulsive to the ladies sipping tea and waiting patiently in the garden.”
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Adverb for having an irregular or uneven surface, edge, or outline
“He wore a shepherd's tunic of coarse cloth.”
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Adverb for bristly or prickly in texture
“You can understand her urgency as she pushes through the coarse brush, barely stopping to draw breath.”
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Adverb for consisting of, or resembling, granules or grains
“For large cuts, coarse rock salt is preferred due to its slow-dissolving characteristic.”
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Adverb for in raw form, having not been purified
“The coarse petroleum may be purified in much less time if it is previously distilled with water.”
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Adverb for having rough or rugged features
“I had heard that she was very coarse in looks, and rude to boot.”
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Adverb for having a croaky, husky or raspy sound or voice
“He cried in a coarse voice which he vainly strove to render surly.”
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Adverb for vulgar or indecent in nature or quality
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“Balzac has a violent, sometimes coarse, sense of humor, which is marvelously suited to his vast narrative ambitions.”
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Adverb for of low or mediocre quality
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“Their rubbish is heaped disorderly together, with a coarse attempt at dramatic effect.”
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Adverb for awkward, clumsy or socially inept
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Adverb for causing heat and irritation
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Adverb for unpleasantly rough or jarring to see or look at
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Adverb for in a crude or unfinished state
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Adverb for coarse and bristly in form and texture (resembling wires)
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Adverb for very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner
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Adverb for of or pertaining to fibre
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Adverb for having no regard
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Adverb for complimentary or flattering to an excessive degree
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Adverb for causing great public interest and excitement
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Adverb for not thorough or detailed
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Adverb for relating to, denoting, or preserving the character of an early stage in the evolutionary or historical development of something
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Adverb for having an untidy or unkempt appearance
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Adverb for rich and profuse in growth
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