Thesaurus / loutish


It was a loutish figure and a singularly repulsive face that I saw, and he gave me the benefit of a very unpleasant leer.MASTERPIECES OF MYSTERY, VOL. 1 (OF 4)VARIOUS
A loutish person promptly abandoned a lawn mower in the near distance and came to stand by the head of the languid pony.THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
I crossed the pavement with her to the loutish brownstone front-stoop of the boarding house; there she turned to dismiss me.THE BOOK OF SUSANLEE WILSON DODD
You are noble and Iwhatever claim I haveam but a loutish fellow.IN SEARCH OF MADEMOISELLEGEORGE GIBBS
For, of a certainty, he was not going to allow Nance to be made miserable by his loutish insolences.A MAID OF THE SILVER SEAJOHN OXENHAM
What a loutish trick it was to imagine that any real political or practical benefit could be derived from it!DRAKE, NELSON AND NAPOLEONWALTER RUNCIMAN
The means of keeping warm was no longer carted into town by loutish wood-cutters and sold at a "wicked price."THE GERMAN CLASSICS OF THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES, VOLUME 11FRIEDRICH SPIELHAGEN
A little black bunch of loutish crew with nothing to do, and we the first passengers served up to be jeered at.SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
A stalwart old man was the baron, with grizzly hair, a grizzled beard, and manners as loutish as those of the boars he hunted.EAST LYNNEMRS. HENRY WOOD
The stoutest arm in Babbiano leaves us in the hour of need, driven out by that loutish Duke.LOVE-AT-ARMSRAPHAEL SABATINI


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