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Boorish, oafish, rude, uncouth all describe persons, acts, manners, or mannerisms that violate in some way the generally accepted canons of polite, considerate ...

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Boorish definition is - resembling or befitting a rude or insensitive person : resembling or befitting a boor. ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with boorish.

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boorish. If your cousin tells revolting jokes, belches, and smells like he spent the winter in a cave, he could be described as boorish — an adjective used for ...

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Define boorish (adjective) and get synonyms. What is boorish (adjective)? boorish (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Definition of boorish - rough and bad-mannered; coarse.

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"I don't wish to listen to boorish children and their sarcastic comments." - RE Teacher. #rude#manners#sarcastic#immature#ill-mannered. by Birko November 09 ...

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Define boorish. boorish synonyms, boorish pronunciation, boorish translation, English dictionary definition of boorish. adj. Resembling or characteristic of a boor; ...

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boorish definition: The definition of boorish is rude and ill-mannered. (adjective) Chewing open mouthed while talking at the dinner table is an example of ...

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Boorish definition: Boorish behaviour is rough , uneducated , and rude. | Meaning , pronunciation, translations and examples.