Examples of loutish in a Sentence
the loutish bully didn't have a whole lot of friends
Recent Examples of loutish from the Web
Now the biggest parades on Market Street celebrate SF Pride and trophies by the San Francisco Giants, and the city’s most recognized Santa event, SantaCon, is a pub crawl known for amateur drinking and loutish behavior.
And Maddon essentially letting Lackey be Lackey only enables the loutish behavior to continue, perhaps next time in October.
His new partner is a loutish drunk (Christopher McDonald) with a disillusioned anchorwoman (Jennifer Ehle) for a wife.
Bellows seats us among the engaged, loutish spectators.
Beau Bratcher and Alison Logan make appropriate cartoons of Lord and Lady Mulligan, a loutish pair of bourgeois swells.
When a fellow puppeteer, the loutish Timothy (Michael McIntire) takes some swipes at Jessica (a wry turn by Carolina Sanchez), the object of Jason’s affection, Tyrone unleashes a storm of retribution on behalf of his alter ego.
Javier Ferreira's Will, entranced by the streets and stages of London, moves from an earnest schoolteacher haunted by memories of his loutish father to a man who trusts his own will and heart.
Zhao is General Qi, who with Hung's General Yu has been mounting a siege on a compound held by an odd coalition: A group of elite Japanese warriors commands an unruly bunch of ronin, masterless samurai who in this case are more loutish than usual.
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First Known Use of loutish
Synonymsboorish, churlish, classless, cloddish, clownish, uncouth
Related Wordscoarse, ill-bred, uncultivated, unpolished, unrefined, unsophisticated; tasteless, vulgar; beastly, bestial; doltish, oafish, stupid; discourteous, impolite, mannerless, misleared [chiefly Scottish], rude, uncivil, ungracious, unmannerly; awkward, ungainly
Near Antonymscouth, cultivated, polished, refined, sophisticated, well-bred; classy, courtly, genteel, gentlemanly, ladylike; civil, courteous, polite
Synonym Discussion of loutish
- a drunk's boorish behavior
- churlish remarks
- a loutish oaf
- an adolescent's clownish conduct
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