boorish[ boor-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF boorish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOORISH
I repeat, it was an occasion when it would have been boorish in me to refuse to meet them halfway.
This was why you were so—so boorish and disagreeable in that shop.
But the hour comes when they turn from their boorish company to higher things.
In other words, there are some people who would be boorish under any circumstances.
I regret to say that so far he is as rough and boorish as ever.
A Portuguese who had saved a man's life, Evan, would he have been so boorish?
He could not have behaved like a boorish ruffian to an adversary in the death agony.
The wife of Judge Hahn forbade him the house on account of his boorish answers.
Schopenhauer was jealous, uncontrolled in his moods, and boorish in his manners.
The boorish manners of the father offended the finer spirit of the son.