, vulgar herd, unwashed, Ragtag and Bobtail, riff-raff and scum, dregs of society, cattle vermin, common sort, small fry, slum population trash, low life underlings, nobodies, serfs, slaves, guttersnipes.
Cosmetics, the philosopher asserts, are a 'mischievous, deceptive, disgraceful and ill-bred
thing, one that perpetrates deception by means of shaping and colouring, smoothing art and dressing up, so as to make people assume an alien beauty and neglect their own, which comes through gymnastics.
But when you're this close to Georgia, a lot of its ill-bred
climate bleeds down across the border.
There are some ill-bred
students who do this again and again.
But what if your employer was really, really rotten to you, and you want the whole world to know what ill-bred
louts they are?
So why is the ANC keeping a man denounced by some elder statesmen as "an ill-bred
ONE of my talk SPORT radio listeners, Bob in Doncaster, said he'd never seen so many ill-bred
How soon, I wonder, will it take for them to outstrip our ill-bred
, undereducated youngsters, leaving us in the unenviable position of being the new Third World nation?
IT'S not often I think the entire Royal Family (the Queen included) should be bundled into a cattle truck and shipped off to some tinpot state that needs a bunch of ill-bred
, out-of-touch snobs as figureheads.
Certainly Wuthering Heights, released in 1939, established Sir Laurence as a Hollywood star and over the years similar accolades abounded for the classical trained performer who could easily switch personas and take up a variety of roles, ranging from an imperious king to ill-bred
There was me thinking they were just ill-bred
little morons when all the time they were just unhappy.
For decades this is a class of people derided as an unsavoury, ill-bred
underclass who - by their constant assertions that politics is either plain boring or darkly cynical - strike at the very heart of our cherished notions of democracy.
Do we really need to have 40-plus US races each night featuring ill-bred
A frighteningly professional public relations campaign equated the prospect of legislation with the idea that ignorant and ill-bred
Cockneys were attacking the profound, soil-rooted wisdom of us country folk.