Adjective "boorish" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈbʊərɪʃ//ˈbɔːrɪʃ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Rough and bad-mannered; coarse.
  1. 'Decent people are routinely infuriated, intimidated and frightened by the boorish minority - and that is why it has become such a huge political issue.'
  2. 'So you will appreciate I have a right and a duty to speak out when I witness boorish and loutish behaviour on the streets of Sligo, from whatever quarter it comes.'
  3. 'It's possible to view a pirate as boorish and crass or as vivacious and life-loving.'
  4. 'If this was just a joke on his part then I apologize, but it came off rude and boorish.'

Definitions

1. of or like a boor; unmannered; crude; insensitive.

More examples(as adjective)

"behaviours can be boorish."

"people can be boorish."

"fools can be boorish."

"tries can be boorish."

"tactics can be boorish."

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