- churchyard beetle,
- churn drill,
- churn molding,
- churn out
Origin of churlish
Examples from the Web for churlish
His churlish attack created a media storm that the Republican Party got dragged into and which has hurt the image of the party.The Real Problem with Sandra Fluke (Hint: It has Nothing to Do with her Sex Life)|Noah Kristula-Green|March 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This is the thin-skinned Gucci model Franco who hurls tweeted insults with the churlish gusto of Kanye West.
Petraeus, the long-suffering hero of the Surge, now transcends all but the most churlish criticisms.
The churlish giant darted out at the summons, brandishing his massive club, and rushed straight at King Arthur.Hero-Myths & Legends of the British Race|Maud Isabel Ebbutt
Then hale me hither that churlish lout, and heavily shall he pay his sins!
Then, by slow degrees, the churlish expression left his features and a slightly contemptuous grin took its place.The Gray Phantom's Return|Herman Landon
"The Good Duchess" was smiling and approachable, and quickly found her way to the heart of the most churlish country herdsman.The Portland Peerage Romance|Charles J. Archard
Cold, churlish, sticky or clammy clays are never to the liking of the grape.Manual of American Grape-Growing|U. P. Hedrick