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uncouth
used in The Screwtape Letters

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lacking refinement or cultivation or taste
  • For the real presence of the Enemy, otherwise experienced by men in prayer and sacrament, we substitute a merely probable, remote, shadowy, and uncouth figure, one who spoke a strange language and died a long time ago.
    Chapter 23 (56% in)

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