churl definition

  • noun:
    • A rude, boorish individual. See Synonyms at boor.
    • A miserly individual.
    • A ceorl.
    • A medieval English peasant.
    • a boorish person; a peasant
    • : a freedman, ranked below a thane but above a thrall
    • ill-mannered lout
    • A rustic; a countryman or laborer.
    • A rough, surly, ill-bred guy; a boor.
    • A selfish miser; an illiberal individual; a niggard.
    • A rustic; a peasant; a countryman or laborer.
    • particularly at the beginning of English record, among cheapest class of freemen; person who presented land from or handled the property of his lord.
    • A coarse, rude, surly, sullen, or ill-tempered person.
    • A miser; a niggard.
    • a selfish one who is hesitant to offer or spend
    • a bad-tempered individual
    • a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking tradition or sophistication
    • A rude, boorish individual. See Synonyms at boor.
    • A miserly person.
    • A ceorl.
    • A medieval English peasant.
    • a boorish individual; a peasant
    • : a freedman, rated below a thane but above a thrall
    • ill-mannered lout
    • A rustic; a countryman or laborer.
    • A rough, surly, ill-bred guy; a boor.
    • A selfish miser; an illiberal individual; a niggard.
    • A rustic; a peasant; a countryman or laborer.
    • Specifically at the beginning of English history, one of many cheapest class of freemen; one who presented land from or done the property of their lord.
    • A coarse, rude, surly, sullen, or ill-tempered individual.
    • A miser; a niggard.
    • a selfish person who is reluctant to give or spend
    • a bad-tempered individual
    • a crude uncouth ill-bred individual lacking tradition or refinement
  • adjective:
    • Churlish; rough; selfish.
    • Churlish; harsh; selfish.
  • others:
    • Churlish.
    • Churlish.

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