Examples of churl in a Sentence
as far as he was concerned, anyone from outside the city was a backwater churl
don't bother asking for donations at that house—the churl who lives there believes that charity begins and ends at home
Origin and Etymology of churl
Middle English, from Old English ceorl man, ceorl; akin to Old Norse karl man, husband
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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