OTHER WORDS FROM loutishlout·ish·ly, adverblout·ish·ness, noun
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How to use loutish in a sentence
Gay streaks are fine in British society; loutish tendencies are definitely not.
The billionaire chairman of Viacom and CBS has settled with a deputy who accused him of loutish behavior.
It was a loutish figure and a singularly repulsive face that I saw, and he gave me the benefit of a very unpleasant leer.
A loutish person promptly abandoned a lawn mower in the near distance and came to stand by the head of the languid pony.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
I crossed the pavement with her to the loutish brownstone front-stoop of the boarding house; there she turned to dismiss me.The Book of Susan|Lee Wilson Dodd
You are noble and Iwhatever claim I haveam but a loutish fellow.In Search of Mademoiselle|George Gibbs
For, of a certainty, he was not going to allow Nance to be made miserable by his loutish insolences.A Maid of the Silver Sea|John Oxenham