boorish definition

  • adjective:
    • Resembling or characteristic of a boor; rude and clumsy in behavior.
    • Behaving as a boor; harsh in ways; rude; uncultured.
    • Like a boor; clownish; uncultured; unmannerly.
    • ill-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or look
    • Resembling or characteristic of a boor; rude and awkward in behavior.
    • Behaving as a boor; harsh in ways; rude; uncultured.
    • Like a boor; clownish; uncultured; unmannerly.
    • ill-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or appearance
  • others:
    • Resembling a boor; clownish; austere; awkward in ways; illiterate.
    • Pertaining to or complement a boor.
    • Synonyms Boorish, Churlish, Clownish, Loutish. He that is boorish is indeed low-bred in habits and ways on be absolutely offensive. He who is churlish offends by his language and ways, they being such as would normally be located in a single that is coarse and selfish, and so generally insolent or crusty and rough; the alternative of type and polite: because, its churlish to will not answer a civil question. The alternative of boorish is processed or courteous; the exact opposite of clownish is elegant. Clownish is a somewhat weaker term than boorish, implying less that's disgusting in fashion and speech; it usually notes mere not enough sophistication. The difference between clownish and loutish is the fact that he that is clownish is generally stupid and quite often ludicrous, while he that is loutish is perhaps slovenly and worth fault.
    • Resembling a boor; clownish; austere; awkward in manners; illiterate.
    • Pertaining to or fit for a boor.
    • Synonyms Boorish, Churlish, Clownish, Loutish. He who is boorish is indeed low-bred in practices and techniques on be favorably offensive. He who is churlish offends by their language and ways, they becoming including would obviously be found within one who is coarse and selfish, and so usually insolent or crusty and rough; the exact opposite of kind and polite: as, it's churlish to refuse to respond to a civil question. The contrary of boorish is processed or polite; the alternative of clownish is elegant. Clownish is a somewhat weaker word than boorish, implying less which disgusting in manner and message; it frequently notes simple lack of sophistication. The essential difference between clownish and loutish usually he who is clownish is usually stupid and sometimes ludicrous, as he that is loutish is probably slovenly and worthy of blame.

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