Synonyms for Unrefined:
crude, rough, rude, uncultured, uncivilized, earthy, barbaric, brutish, raw, boorish, gross, vulgar, uncouth, crass, uncultivated, inelegant, unpolished.
undignified, clumsy, awkward, graceless, brutish, gross, uncivil, rude, inelegant, earthy, vulgar, crude, raw, tasteless, tactless, gawky, unpolished, coarse, barbarous, boorish, tawdry.
colloquial, animal, boorish, in bad taste, shameless, offensive, chintzy, barbaric, low, cheap, philistine, coarse-grained, unbecoming, crass, homespun, vulgar, broad, glaring, rank, sleazy, raw, scandalous, indelicate, profane, unpolished, coarse, common, brutish, inelegant, outlandish, garish, obscene, sordid, barnyard, crude, tawdry, depraved, repulsive, degraded, tasteless, cockney, tactless, base, undignified, rough, brazen, revolting, rude, gross, salty, earthy, unseemly, clumsy, gaudy, ill-bred, ignominious, ignoble, idiomatic, graceless.
n.ill-mannered, discourteous, impertinent, impudent, impolite, abrasive, smart, insolent. naive, clean, untrained, uninitiated, illiterate, inexperienced, native, uneducated, untried, unqualified, be unused to (doing) something, unskilled. chewy, cream, calorific, chilled, barbarian, courtesy, crisp, buttery, churlish, crispy, uncivilized, caramelized, smooth, cool. •unrefined (noun)
crude, coarse, ill-bred, vulgar, rude, unprocessed, yokelish, agrestic, low, ungentlemanlike, uncultured, boorish, artless, ungentlemanly, rough, lowbred, uncouth, swinish, common, loutish, unladylike, underbred, neandertal, bounderish, neanderthal, uncultivated, robust, rough-spoken, crass, oafish.
churlish. barbarian, uncivilized. native. •uncouth
•Other relevant words:
illiterate, uncultivated, rough-spoken, artless, unprocessed, agrestic, uncouth, unladylike, swinish, barbarian, robust, oafish, uncultured, churlish, ungentlemanly, loutish, neandertal, neanderthal, lowbred, yokelish, impolite, ill-mannered, uneducated, ungentlemanlike, discourteous, bounderish, uncivilized, native, underbred.
Usage examples for unrefined
Somewhat unrefined in comparison with his lofty and simple claim to be believed on a suggestion, is the commoner painter's production of his credentials, his appeal to the sanctions of ordinary experience, his self- defence against the suspicion of making irresponsible mysteries in art. – Essays by Alice Meynell
That will be quickly done;- Sir Charles is a fool; Mr. Ernsley is a prig; and Mr. Farnley has a broad kind of humour, and a talent for mimicry, but he is coarse and unrefined which, by the way, is, perhaps, the reason that his daughter thinks it necessary to be so painfully the reverse. – Ellen Middleton--A Tale by Georgiana Fullerton