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A senior member of Russia's parliament called the remarks “boorish.”
My aunt is quite confident that you, whom she calls the "Pope of Etiquette," will set me straight and tell me that I'm being boorish.
MISS MANNERS: DECLINING HELP FROM THE UNMASKEDJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Have you come again to disturb me to no purpose, and to bring me some boorish fellow, as you did just now?
Most young people think they are natural when they are only boorish and rude.
Only vacant or boorish faces met her eyes; it was not a high-class crowd that had come to see the Two-headed Girl.
QUICKSILVER SUELAURA ELIZABETH HOWE RICHARDS
Beginning by viewing the Colonel in sulky silence, he had answered his kinsman's overtures only by a rude stare or a boorish word.
THE WILD GEESESTANLEY JOHN WEYMAN
We became particularly hot upon some boorish sneer of Drummle's, to the effect that we were too free with our money.
GREAT EXPECTATIONSCHARLES DICKENS
I shall now to bed, dismissing all thoughts of a certain boorish individual from my mind.
FIBBLE, D. D.IRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
It is for the party whose behavior has been boorish to have a consciousness of inferiority.
He had been, in his time, the sport of the dull malignity and the boorish pranks of slothful masters.

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