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Rudely, 1) harshly, roughly: “I that am r. stamped,” R3 I, 1, 16. “r. beguiles our lips of all rejoindure,” Troil. IV, 4, 37. “or r. visit them in parts remote,” Cor. IV, 5, 148. “thou art the --est welcome to this world that ever was prince's child,” Per. III, 1, 30.
2) uncivilly: “he demeaned himself rough, rude and wildly,” Err. V, 88 (the suffix by belonging to rough and rude as well as to wildly). “you began r.” Tw. I, 5, 228.
3) brutally, coarsely: “enforced hate shall r. tear thee,” Lucr. 669. “maiden virtue r. strumpeted,” Sonn. 66, 6. “thy place in council thou hast r. lost,” H4A III, 2, 32.
4) violently, wildly: “throwing his mantle r. o'er his arm,” Lucr. 170.
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