OTHER WORDS FOR boorish
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OTHER WORDS FROM boorishboor·ish·ly, adverbboor·ish·ness, noun
How to use boorish in a sentence
Those who knew Tenev and Bhatt at Stanford say the pair were more bookish than boorish.Robinhood’s next adventure: Stealing market share from the rich|Jeff|December 3, 2020|Fortune
Of course, their habitual drinking and general boorishness are not why they are unemployed.Boycott the Cross-Dressing Show! ABC’s New Sitcom ‘Work It’ Doesn't Work|Noelle Howey|January 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
More troubling is a weakness for the company of the super-rich and a reputation for boorishness.
Friendliness comes between the excessive desire to please and boorishness.
The never-failing goodness of the chevalier could not but overcome my boorishness; nay, more, it rapidly won my heart.Mauprat|George Sand
She had always resented the imputation of boorishness and lack of culture his enemies had made against the man she loved.The Southerner|Thomas Dixon
I see no evidence of the boorishness I have always associated with the lives of the Barons of England.The Last of the Vikings|John Bowling
"I am having a very interesting and instructive morning in this atmosphere of Irish boorishness," said he.The Snare|Rafael Sabatini