Someone who is saucy shows little respect for people in authority.
Don’t you get saucy with me!
“saucy”这个词其实还有一个意思，表示“开色情玩笑的;性幽默的 ”【Someone or something that is saucy refers to sex in a light-hearted, amusing way.】
a saucy postcard.
Someone who is churlish is unfriendly, bad-tempered, or impolite.
①She would think him churlish if he refused.
②The room was so lovely it seemed churlish to argue.
If you say that someone is behaving like a fishwife, you mean that they are shouting a great deal and behaving in a very unpleasant and bad-tempered way.
She was screaming like a fishwife !
If you describe a person as uncouth, you mean that their behaviour is rude, noisy, and unpleasant.
To a Japanese, spilling anything is uncouth.
If you describe a man or a boy as loutish, you are critical of them because their behaviour is impolite and aggressive.
I was appalled by the loutish behaviour.
Something that is insulting is rude or offensive.
①The article was insulting to the families of British citizens.
②One of the apprentices made an insulting remark to a passing officer.
If you describe someone, especially a man or a boy, as oafish, you disapprove of their behaviour because you think that it is impolite, clumsy, or aggressive.
The bodyguards, as usual, were brave but oafish.
Someone who is abrupt speaks in a rather rude, unfriendly way.
①He was abrupt to the point of rudeness.
②Cross was a little taken aback by her abrupt manner.
Boorish behaviour is rough, uneducated, and rude.
①Though the man I introduced to you last night looks somewhat boorish , he is a diamond in the rough.
注：a diamond in the rough这个词表示“外粗内秀”，我们之前在Day 48| Vocabulary Accumulation 也讲过这个词汇哦~
②You wanted to demonstrate that I don't have a monopoly on boorish or outrageous behavior.
If you say that someone's speech or behaviour is gross, you think it is very rude or unacceptable.
I feel disgusted and wonder how I could ever have been so gross .
我们经常说的“GDP”就是“gross domestic product ”,“gross”在这里就表示“（尤指金额）总的，毛的 ”。
I only resist things like chocolate if I feel really gross .
If someone talks or behaves in a rather impolite and disrespectful way, you can say that they are being impertinent .
I don't like strangers who ask impertinent questions.
If you describe a person or their behaviour as brusque, you mean that they deal with things, or say things, quickly and shortly, so that they seem to be rude.
①The doctors are brusque and busy.
②They received a characteristically brusque reply from him.
If you describe a person or their behaviour as cheeky, you think that they are slightly rude or disrespectful but in a charming or amusing way.
The boy was cheeky and casual.
If you describe someone as coarse, you mean that he or she talks and behaves in a rude and offensive way.
The soldiers did not bother to moderate their coarse humour in her presence.
adj. 不文明的; 失礼的; 粗鲁的[/scode]
If you describe someone or their behaviour as common, you mean that they show a lack of taste, education, and good manners.
She might be a little common at times, but she was certainly not boring.