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Synonyms for boor

Synonyms for boor

an unrefined, rude person

Synonyms for boor

a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement

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As the lunatic next door threatens to exterminate his detractors, accusing them of popping hallucinogenic pills, referring to them as rodents and germs and boorishly thinking that a 150 percent salary increase will send Libyans home after he waged an all-out war against his own people, the battle for democracy in Egypt continues to rage on.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill Clinton have been political figures all along, from their Arkansas days to Washington - fair game, as it were - but did what they could to keep their daughter out of it (and Rush Limbaugh arguably got the worst of it when he boorishly went after her on his show).
Many think that the PM is acting boorishly because he knows he is never to be the PM again.
They boorishly cheer Israel on as if there are no consequences to their support, as if Palestinians are mere rivals on the field of play and not flesh and blood members of the human family whose flesh and blood are spilled without remorse on a regular basis.
They said he was summarily and rightly dismissed for gross misconduct after he conducted himself in a way that was boorishly aggressive, foul-mouthed, ill-mannered, sexist and embarrassing.
As an active participant in support of the American-Israel relationship--exactly what Gershom Gorenberg ("It's Time for American Jews to Speak Up," March/April 2009) derides--I find his exhortations to his fellow American Jews boorishly condescending.
I was intrigued by the reference to being "quite boorishly behaved with Montgomery Clift.
At the tip-off, however, the referee boorishly mimicked a black dialect, right in front of Russell.
Such highbrow wording gives the impression that this is a more socially suitable method of begging for money than boorishly obvious pleas for cash.
Is it any wonder that many of our citizens are so disinterested in the governance of our land when our MPs behave so boorishly and then expect the rest of us to behave perfectly?
How could you, Brian, act so boorishly to a wife doing her best to patch up your marriage and struggling to forget her ex-lover?
Our willingness to shell out fortunes for bog standard meals boorishly served is nothing short of pitiful -TV personality VanessaFeltz on the growing habit of families eating out.
The boorishly cheerful Donald quickly concocts a formulaic Hollywood thriller after taking Robert McKee's well-known screenwriting course.
He may conclude a succession of loose, sloppy adjustments that bring the company into contempt and invite the morally weak to thoughts of arson; or he amy behave so boorishly toward the company's customers that their exasperated reaction will eliminate him.
He attended a White House Festival of the Arts, boorishly asking other guests to sign a petition expressing dismay over the country's policies in Vietnam and the Dominican Republic.