boor[ boor ]SEE DEFINITION OF boor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOOR
It was as well I did not: the boor would not have known what I meant.
Am I Vicomtesse of Lavedan, or the wife of a boor of the countryside?
On the other hand, Steve felt a boor for having sent the books.
Some have no veneer like this boor, and some have the polish, but they are all the same underneath.
It was plain to every eye, moreover, that he was a gentleman and no boor.
Indeed, without it only a boor or a saint can be really comfortable.
He may be a boor, but Plutus lends a charm which eclipses the grace of Apollo.
God curse the day you sent me to Calais, a gentleman's son, to be beat by a boor!'
This was sternly denied, and they were ordered to appear at the house of the boor.
He was behaving like a boor; but it was better that she should think him one.