These events brought revolution to the gates of the kingdom of Naples, the worst-governed part of Italy, where the boorish king, Ferdinand IV.
Please stop me if I become redundant or boorish.
boorish behavior has become a point of pride for some.
Laptop bags don't have to be boorish black canvas pieces with uninspired textures and a reasonable price.
But his victims are usually boorish, greedy or in some way deserving of his attentions.
Of, like, or befitting a churl; boorish or vulgar.
boorish innkeeper conduct an affair which leads them to murder.
What it is is an accurate representation of an already-existing slightly boorish, unthinking stereotype of Jesus.
GERMANY Prince Ernst-August of Hanover Being a Prince does not entitle you to act like a boorish lout.
vivacious young woman, but her boorish husband had no time for her.
boorish oaf who no longer deserves any respect after marching across the line of Olazabal's putt.
Sophia Dorothea was a pretty and vivacious young woman, but her boorish husband had no time for her.
boorish husband switches the TV off.
boorish man but had a good taste for music and brought Handel to England.
A handsome drifter and the unhappy wife of a boorish innkeeper conduct an affair which leads them to murder.
Others see him as a boorish oaf who no longer deserves any respect after marching across the line of Olazabal's putt.
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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