Examples of boor in a Sentence
I can't invite a boor like him to dinner! He'd offend the other guests.
a loudmouthed boor who embarrassed his family at every social event they attended
Recent Examples of boor from the Web
This is unequivocal good news for D.C. Let’s not let the Beltway boors bungle this.
Don’t belabor your point No one likes a boor or an obsessive, so don’t be one.
So in addition to being indiscreet and uncouth, this boor also lacks physical grace.
That would be Bob Phillips (Christopher M. Williams), a bit of a boor who shares an untidy and antagonistic household with wife Teresa (Sharon Rietkerk, razor sharp), who has nearly stopped giving a damn.
There were plenty of blowhards, bigots and boors, not to mention people who really shouldn’t be wearing madras.
O’Neill might be a womanizing boor but his devotion to his job—and to thwarting attacks on the U.S.—is unmistakable.
Johnson was regarded as a boor and an amateur, and, on the left, a war criminal.
All of a sudden women recoiled, the ethos tilted, and now the tumbrel is moving briskly through Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Capitol Hill, and beyond, carrying lechers, perverts, and boors into job-threatening disgrace.
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son of a gun;
BOOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boor for English Language Learners
: a rude and rough person
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