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Synonyms for caddish

offensively discourteous

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After all, with a 1,000-word weekly slot in the national newspaper of Wales, I had a ready-made platform to expose his caddish deeds.
The comic was already a familiar face on TV due to his role in the Pythonesque sketch show Not The Nine O'Clock News, and he would later achieve massive international success with Mr Bean, but it was his caddish Blackadder character which would earn him a place as a household name.
Sarah asserts that it must be done in the Jewish way by Alex's saying Caddish for his father and Alex cannot bring himself to perform it.
It's sordid, it's loathsome, it's caddish, it's brutish, but is it rape?
It's a sign of how well he balances those moods that a chunky production positively flies by and Willis's ever more impressive range is demonstrated by her contrasting courtship dances with caddish cavalryman Francis Troy (Iain Mackay), stolid gentleman farmer William Boldwood (Matthew Lawrence) and slavishly steadfast shepherd Gabriel Oak (Joseph Caley).
I get to be a caddish rogue," grins Bloom, who is still holding on to his pretty-boy looks at 34.
Exactly what Hugh Grant did to get into the mindset of caddish hunk Daniel Cleaver goes unrecorded.
Top vocal honours go to Nicky, David Mc-Granaghan as the caddish Oderon and Matthew Wycliffe as Prince Ned, who delivers an impressive Unchained Melody.
The caddish hero of The Tale of Genii, the son of the emperor and his concubine, greatly moves the empress and other dignitaries with his spring-themed poem: 'Could I see the blossom as other blossoms, then would there be no dew to cloud my heart.
And as for women, even at his most caddish, Bond never left one (never one he liked, anyway) tied up in enemy hands in favor of accomplishing his mission.
Of the caddish G's assertion to his lovers that Pollitt accepted his outside relationships, she writes,
After juggling two caddish swains during most of the film, Delysia comes to recognize her deeper feelings when her more genuine admirer, Michael (Lee Pace), a penniless jazz pianist, changes the song she is to sing at a party to "If I Didn't Care.
She has to cancel, but I'm still hoping for a part in her new book, or maybe a TV mini-series, although not as the caddish Rupert Campbell-Black, I hope.
This said, I hope it is not caddish to respond briefly to his criticisms.