I recollect once thinking there was something in his manner, uncouth as it was, that denoted a fall in life.
At the present time, in the dark little parlour certain feet below the level of the street—a grim, hard, uncouth parlour, only ornamented with the coarsest of baize table-covers, and the hardest of sheet-iron tea-trays, and offering in its decorative character no bad allegorical representation of Grandfather Smallweed’s mind— seated in two black horsehair porter’s chairs, one on each side of the fire-place, the superannuated Mr. and Mrs. Smallweed while away the rosy hours.
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Jane spat into the fire, the most uncouth, ill-mannered act of her life.
Margaret Peterson Haddix -- Uprising
Most of them uncouth, although very few were unearned.