boorishly


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boor·ish

 (bo͝or′ĭsh)
adj.
Resembling or characteristic of a boor; rude and clumsy in behavior.

boor′ish·ly adv.
boor′ish·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.boorishly - like a boor, "he behaved boorishly at the party"
Translations

boorishly

[ˈbʊərɪʃlɪ] ADV [behave, speak] → groseramente

boorishly

[ˈbʊərɪʃlɪ] advmaleducatamente, da bifolco
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Next a band of ragged workmen met me, and jostled me boorishly as they passed; upon which nervousness overtook me, and I felt uneasy, and tried hard not to think of the money that was my errand.
On their Cathay Pacific flight their kids allegedly ran around misbehaving while the parents constantly demanded alcohol, leaned boorishly over other passengers and even left a dirty nappy in an overhead locker.
Yet the troubled superstar also boorishly berated a reporter asking about his doping history and went on several lengthy rants about the unfairness of the entire situation, even suggesting the latest test should have been ignored.
In 2016, as a result of such demands (boorishly expressed), the then Chief Justice of LHC, Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan was eventually persuaded (read: threatened) into assembling a Full Court of LHC, to deliberate and decide the issue.
We should be more worried that Trump boorishly crossed another line this week when, during a rally in Mississippi, he turned Christine Blasey Ford -- who alleges she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were in their teens -- into a punchline.
By doing so, he does inadvertently perform a service -- and so does Trump when he boorishly intervenes in British politics.
"It is clear to us that we have to defend our interests, and to do so consistently, not boorishly or rudely, in both the sphere of the economy and of defense."
Even things that are up to us to handle, we boorishly hand over to God to handle for us.
and tends to become rather boorishly stentorian[;]...
He has developed greatly since boorishly vilifying the Hostess: "Away, you scullion!
But when a politician boorishly spouts off suggestions that imply the destruction of hundreds of thousands who are, by many accounts, being held hostage by ISIS, it shows they are not capable of coming to reasonable solutions but rather following populist tide for the sake of votes.The way to combat terrorism is not through a carpet bomb that kills innocent people (who also are against terrorism), because more killing is not the answer to ISIS' killing and destruction.
Rather than boorishly eyeballing the media men whose job it is to record this astonishing malaise perhaps his time would be better spent doing some serious navel gazing and maybe even apologising in public for his own pitiful mismanagement.