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uncouth
used in The Souls of Black Folk

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lacking refinement or cultivation or taste
  • They are black, sturdy, uncouth country folk, good-natured and simple, talkative to a degree, and yet far more silent and brooding than the crowds of the Rhine-pfalz, or Naples, or Cracow.
    Chapter 7 (18% in)
  • Their appearance was uncouth, their language funny, but their hearts were human and their singing stirred men with a mighty power.
    Chapter 14 (14% in)

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