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1. Patrick's boorish rudeness soon drove Monica's friends away.
2. I found him rather boorish and aggressive.
3. He disgusted many with his boorish behaviour.
4. In an ironically tender twist, the boorish facade turns out to conceal the soul of an artist.
5. Warren Clarke makes a superbly unattractive and boorish Vic, face in repose like a flat tyre.
6. His manner seemed rather boorish.
7. He is boorish and rash , so he always brings trouble to his family.
8. Boorish, lovely or optimistic, minces are embodied in the Flower-Drum, and becomes a part of their lives, on the other hand as a folk-custom acculturation.
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9. Angered at the boorish behavior of a passenger, he picked up the intercom, loudly submitted his resignation, pulled the ripcord, grabbed two beers and slid down the escape chute.
10. Churlish: like, or befitting a churl ; boorish or vulgar.
11. He knew her husband was very boorish and often striked her.
12. That is indeed boorish and not the behaviour of our readers.
13. Though the man I introduced to you last night looks somewhat boorish, he is a diamond in the rough.
14. Kersey lit a cigarette; before uttering a word he was finding out how the accountant reacted to boorish police tactics.
15. Those on the rung just below are often rendered as ridiculous rather than evil, as inept or boorish rather than malign.
16. Divorce was so common, marital happiness so important, that it was boorish and backward to speak against it.
17. The girl's afore-mentioned burden - a phenomenon - had been perpetually exacerbated by Carl's boorish, bullying behaviour towards her.
18. I returned to the raft quietly seething with anger at such boorish behaviour.
19. Not the assiduous life is a crime, the non - technique industrious is boorish.
20. I had a sensitive consciousness of always appearing constrained, boorish, and dull.
21. There is one reason and one reason only that a couple like Wilma and Fred Flintstone could stay together, despite her somewhat shrewish nature and his boorish antics.
22. He has the characteristics of a lout:, he is awkward, stupid, and boorish.
23. Maybe they were being pushy, that's still no excuse for his childish, boorish behaviour.
24. At time he was almost seductively charming; at other times he was boorish and obtuse.
25. These, after exhausting other modes of amusement, now thronged about Hester Prynne with rude and boorish intrusiveness.
26. And it shows especially a gaudy, celebrating and even boorish appetite of new-rich in the circle of Confucian culture.
27. Mention ill-mannered children and most people roll their eyes at the memory of a little hellion and his boorish parents.
28. In the end, there might be some signs that boorish boys know they’re overreaching — and that may be expressed in the level of their braggadocio.
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