I understood; and, without taking leave of the two boors, I left the room.
I am a poet, and play upon the tympani; the conductor and the orchestra are boors.
Mention them in English, and we are at once boors and churls.
I felt it that first evening, when we behaved toward her like a couple of boors.
Now I would ask, why could these naturalists not let the nomenclature of the boors alone?
But we shall name him, as the boors have done, a “wild hound.”
Times of action make princes into peasants, and boors into barons.
And just because they themselves are cattle, horses, boors, who don't understand the tailor's art!
The boors dined in a room by themselves during the rest of their stay.
They could be no other than blue-bucks, or blauw-boks in the language of the boors.