loutish


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lout·ish

 (lou′tĭsh)
adj.
Having the characteristics of a lout; awkward, stupid, and boorish.

lout′ish·ly adv.
lout′ish·ness n.

loutish

(ˈlaʊtɪʃ)
adj
characteristic of a lout; unpleasant and uncouth
ˈloutishly adv
ˈloutishness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.loutish - ill-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or appearance; "was boorish and insensitive"; "the loutish manners of a bully"; "her stupid oafish husband"; "aristocratic contempt for the swinish multitude"
unrefined - (used of persons and their behavior) not refined; uncouth; "how can a refined girl be drawn to such an unrefined man?"

loutish

adjective oafish, rough, gross, coarse, bungling, churlish, stolid, boorish, gawky, uncouth, lumpen (informal), ill-bred, lumpish, swinish, clodhopping (informal), doltish, unmannerly, ill-mannered, lubberly I was appalled by the loutish behaviour.
Translations
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hulvátský
lømmelagtig
durgslegur

loutish

[ˈlaʊtɪʃ] ADJgrosero, maleducado

loutish

[ˈlaʊtɪʃ] adj [person] → rustre; [behaviour] → de rustre

loutish

loutish

[ˈlaʊtɪʃ] adjrozzo/a, da zotico/a

lout

(laut) noun
a clumsy, ill-mannered boy or man.
ˈloutish adjective
References in classic literature ?
It had been one of the wonders of their intercourse that from the first, she, the quicker, finer, more expressive, instead of crushing him by the contrast, had given him something of her own ease and freedom; but now he felt as heavy and loutish as in his student days, when he had tried to "jolly" the Worcester girls at a picnic.
look, fair Godmother Fleur-de-Lys, at that pretty dancer who is dancing on the pavement and playing the tambourine in the midst of the loutish bourgeois
He was a London boy, with a loutish air, a heavy fellow with the beginnings of a moustache on his lip and bushy eyebrows that joined one another across the bridge of his nose.
Clarkson has nobody to blame except his loutish self.
Bob Tomlinson, editor of Huddersfield's Camra magazine Ale Talk, said: "What was once a leisurely rail pub crawl by real-ale drinkers has become a loutish day out on the lash by large groups of mainly lager drinkers.
This from the same bunch who are telling us that we need minimum alcohol pricing to prevent drunken loutish behaviour on our streets.
It seems to me that, as ever, the upper class' high jinks are the lower class' loutish behaviour.
When thoughtless, moronic, loutish fans fail to respect the anthem, they are giving even more ammunition to critics of our city and harming the club I love.
But the judge said there had to be a consecutive sentence of six months for Walton's loutish behaviour on the bus.
Males and females were exposing themselves in generally drunken, loutish behaviour.
SINCE the EDL loutish members can't be stopped from holding their "rally" - a euphemism for an eagerly anticipated punch up for its semi-feral adherents - in Birmingham there's a simple answer.
I attended the one-day international between England and Australia at the Swalec Stadium last summer, a game which was spoiled for me and others by the loutish behaviour of some fans.