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uncouth
used in Sense and Sensibility

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lacking refinement or cultivation or taste
  • I shall call hills steep, which ought to be bold; surfaces strange and uncouth, which ought to be irregular and rugged; and distant objects out of sight, which ought only to be indistinct through the soft medium of a hazy atmosphere.
    Chapter 18 (21% in)

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