lout


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  • noun

Synonyms for lout

Synonyms for lout

a large, ungainly, and dull-witted person

Synonyms for lout

an awkward stupid person

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Appealing to the better nature of litter louts will not work, as they don't have one.
You only refer to jet skiers as louts - what about the boat users who were also involved in these alleged incidents?
The Rangers-daft lout has been jailed twice and banned from driving for drink-driving.
Integrated Building Management Group looks to build on list of blue-chip clients - Paul Humphray, from Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF), left, with Steve Lout (IBM)
Shy Bruce said: "I am very surprised at how my character, a bit of a lout, has attracted so many female fans.
Swift justice: A street lout was left red-faced after he directed abusive hand gestures at a CCTV camera (above) before walking straight into a lamp-post (below).
LOUTS commit seven acts of anti-social behaviour EVERY MINUTE.
And simple as that, the lout is gone, making time with a younger massage therapist, and Sam is left to take care of her house and her son by herself.
We anticipate that the use of smart cards in this environment will be well received by customers; and the scope of the travel industry presents an exciting opportunity for future expansion of the program," said Jim Lout, Precis president and chief executive officer.
TOUGH Newsman Paresh LOUT AND ABOUT Yobs trail Paresh in Manchester DAFT Better to leave him be lads THREATS Thug is playing with fire BLOW Karate black belt Paresh lands punch on lout RETALIATION Paresh finally lashes out
LOTTO lout Mikey Carroll will send his girlfriend back to work as a pounds 6-an-hour hairdresser after she has his baby.
The lout, from Fatfield, Washington, assaulted the pensioner after they had both boarded at Heworth.
Members of the public and council officers will be asked to report litter lout offenders, who could be fined,as well as displayed on posters.
The reason for this was a teenage lout dressed in tracksuit top and bottoms and his girlfriend, clearly not travelling anywhere, swearing, harassing and insulting foreign tourists with demands for cigarettes.
Irv (John Beasley) has trouble convincing Rose (Debra Mooney) that he's still capable of lovin' after a very minor heart attack, while Harold (Tom Amandes) proves a perfect lout when his wife, Rose (Merrilyn Gann), accuses him of taking her for granted.