Definition of impolitely in English:

impolitely

adverb

  • See impolite

    • ‘Unhappy at her placing, she returned to the stage and gestured impolitely at the judges, thus receiving a two-year suspension.’
    • ‘You have acted impolitely, and there's no excuse for it.’
    • ‘He ignored her, turning his head away impolitely.’
    • ‘The first people into the stores of Little Gnawing were now carefully filing out, anxious not to hurt anyone or even impolitely push past them in the crowd.’
    • ‘‘You have a strange name,’ I informed him impolitely.’

Pronunciation

impolitely

/ɪmpəˈlʌɪtli/