boarish

Related to boarish: boorish

boarish

(ˈbɔːrɪʃ)
adj
coarse, cruel, or sensual
ˈboarishly adv
ˈboarishness n
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Because I would not see thy cruel nails Pluck out his poor old eyes, nor thy fierce sister In his anointed flesh [rash] boarish fangs.
A boarish oaf of a man who spat bile at every opportunity.
Football fans are becoming increasingly disillusioned with the boarish behaviour of pampered prima donnas - and a higher profile women's game could be the perfect antidote.
The fourth new arrival is much less wild boarish. He came from another slightly older litter on the same farm, but his mother was a wild boar hybrid and his father a Gloucestershire old spot.
And when he accuses Regan of bestial treatment of her father--"In his annointed flesh rash boarish fangs"--he uses a hunting term from the stroke made by a wild boar with his tushes.
Yes, but only an arrogant, boarish public school oaf would not feel a twinge of pity for the man.
For example, in Q's line 'In his anointed flesh rash boarish fangs' (III, vii.