How to use Boorish in a sentence

boorish
  • Please stop me if I become redundant or boorish.

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  • But his victims are usually boorish, greedy or in some way deserving of his attentions.

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  • What it is is an accurate representation of an already-existing slightly boorish, unthinking stereotype of Jesus.

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  • Of, like, or befitting a churl; boorish or vulgar.

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  • Laptop bags don't have to be boorish black canvas pieces with uninspired textures and a reasonable price.

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  • Sophia Dorothea was a pretty and vivacious young woman, but her boorish husband had no time for her.

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  • Moreover, unlike his Danish predecessor, he looked down upon the English from the plane of a higher civiliza- tion; the Normans regarded the conquered nation as barbarous and boorish.

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  • A handsome drifter and the unhappy wife of a boorish innkeeper conduct an affair which leads them to murder.

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  • Others see him as a boorish oaf who no longer deserves any respect after marching across the line of Olazabal's putt.

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  • These events brought revolution to the gates of the kingdom of Naples, the worst-governed part of Italy, where the boorish king, Ferdinand IV.

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