Etymology
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rudeness (n.)

late 14c., "want of cultivation or manners, uncouthness;" c. 1400, "plainness, lack of artistry," from rude (adj.) + -ness. From 1530s, "bad manners." Rudeship (mid-15c.) also was used in the sense of "lack of gentleness, roughness."

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Definitions of rudeness

rudeness (n.)
a manner that is rude and insulting;
Synonyms: discourtesy
rudeness (n.)
a wild or unrefined state;
Synonyms: crudeness / crudity / primitiveness / primitivism
From wordnet.princeton.edu