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 ?
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.
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
Not until our local and national politicians stop paying lip service to the problems and start making some real laws with proper punishments will this kind of loutish behaviour stop Name and address supplied
THE Greek resort of Faliraki is to get a police station and clamp down on pub crawls to stamp out the loutish behaviour of British visitors.
Loutish behaviour, often involving physical and verbal attacks against the most vulnerable in society, must be stamped out.
You don't gain credibility by defending the indefensible -particularly when the indefensible includes attempting to strangle a member of the opposition having already been sent off,and then delivering a crude and loutish gesture to the opposition fans for good measure as you depart.
Robert Golinski, defending, saidTippins, a trainee roofer,had been extremely drunk and it had been loutish bullying rather than a serious premeditated attack to rob someone.
Vivien Leigh gave the performance of a lifetime as Blanche Dubois, the faded Southern belle who takes refuge with her sister and her loutish husband, Marlon Brando looking magnificently moody in a vest.
Stena said last night: "A number of Rangers supporters were involved in loutish behaviour on board the Stena HSS on Saturday.