Synonyms for Unpolished:


crude (adjective)
rough, uncivil, coarse, ill-mannered, impolite, discourteous, uncultured, boorish.
green (adjective)
inelegant (adjective)
brutish, vulgar, crude, raw, barbarous, uncivil, gawky, awkward, earthy, clumsy, tawdry, rude, undignified, coarse, graceless, unrefined, inelegant, tactless, tasteless, boorish, gross.
rough (adjective)
unfinished, uneven, unperfected, unvarnished, raw.
unskillful (adjective)
unpracticed, unskillful, awkward, incompetent, inept, crude, Skill-less, amateurish.
vulgar (adjective)
boorish, salty, undignified, ignoble, tactless, common, tawdry, gauche, outlandish, tasteless, earthy, broad, in bad taste, indelicate, animal, clumsy, garish, graceless, brutish, depraved, sordid, ill-bred, cockney, uncivilized, shameless, rough, raw, barnyard, inelegant, glaring, ignominious, vulgar, scandalous, crude, sleazy, crass, unbecoming, chintzy, gaudy, base, brazen, coarse, low, offensive, unseemly, revolting, obscene, homespun, gross, philistine, rank, cheap, coarse-grained, barbaric, repulsive, idiomatic, degraded, profane, rude, unrefined, colloquial.


sketchy, start, unfinished, preliminary, unperfected, tentative. good, primitive. discourteous, courtesy, ill-mannered, ungracious, unmannerly, impolite, disrespectful. homely, unadorned, natural. unpolished (noun)
graceless, inelegant, rough, gauche, unburnished, raw.

Other synonyms:

unperfected. ill-mannered, churlish, discourteous, unadorned, tentative, unfinished, uncultured, sketchy, ungracious, unmannerly, impolite. disrespectful, homely, uncivilized, barbarian, uncultivated, natural. preliminary. primitive. Other relevant words:
homely, unburnished, unadorned, uneven, uncultivated, disrespectful, gauche, natural, sketchy, tentative, unfinished, unperfected, unmannerly, impolite, preliminary, churlish, ungracious, barbarian, unvarnished, ill-mannered, uncivilized, uncultured, primitive, discourteous.

Usage examples for unpolished

  1. The coffin is of new unpolished wood, gleaming and glistening in the sunlight; the men who carry it remember all their lives after the smell of new, warm elm- wood. – The White Peacock by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
  2. He was unpolished untrained, impulsive, sometimes violent. – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009