Definition of boorish
: resembling or befitting a rude or insensitive person : resembling or befitting a boor boorish remarks
Examples of boorish in a Sentence
boorish behavior, such as yelling for service in restaurants
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And speaking of iPods, the gang gives its thoughts on Jet’s boorish EDM-rock comeback single with the Bloody Beetroots.
His unhinged and deeply personal attacks yesterday on MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski dovetail with a lifelong pattern of boorish behavior.
Gad provides welcome humor as LeFou, and Luke Evans -- more overtly channeling Lancelot's musical braggadocio -- perfectly captures the boorish villain Gaston, who sees Belle as little more than another prize to be hunted.
And frankly, who even has time anymore to care about the boorish conduct of politicians?
Fowler described a workplace where lines were regularly crossed and boorish behavior was tolerated.
The Ranch is an eminently watchable slice of life, one that’s never really laugh-out-loud funny, but that does, in its alternately boorish and quiet way, still amuse and entertain.
After an internal investigation uncovered multiple instances of sexual harassment, bullying and other boorish behavior, Uber fired more than 20 employees and pledged to create a more harmonious culture.
After an internal investigation uncovered multiple instances of sexual harassment, bullying and other boorish behavior within the company, Uber fired more than 20 employees and pledged to create a more harmonious culture for its employees.
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