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rude and boorish

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having a bad disposition

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Cats top two, churlish quibbling number of amassed way If the Black Cats finish in the top two, it would be churlish to start quibbling over the number of points they amassed along the way.
In the circumstances, I thought it churlish to refuse.
The Chancellor's churlish whine that he will take away cash for "little extras" if heads feel it is not worth having is the angry menace of a Treasury tyrant damaging our kids' education.
And, as in legend Santa Claus lives at the North Pole, is it not rational to expect that his first language would be one of the Inuit tongues, with even English being at best a second language, and it would be churlish to expect him to speak every foreign tongue?
HE'S STARTLED BY 'CHURLISH AND CHILDISH' REPLY TO QUERY By SHANE BRENNAN Transport and Politics Reporter shane.brennan@trinitymirror.com NORTH Wales MP Guto Bebb accused a constituent of 'talking out of his ***-hole' when he challenged him on his voting record.
Never have I seen a more childish, churlish, small-minded political speech.
To end on this note would be churlish, so many thanks to all who work so well at the hospital to achieve so much.
Your inner hooligan might lament the slightly tamer noise it makes when you go chasing the redline, but it would be churlish to criticise its lighter clutch -- and the revised gearing that means you spend less time using it.
Although this week, call us churlish, we don't really want it to.
Charlie Churlish, from Fishburn, overcame hundreds of applicants to claim the title.
Regan said: "Scotland on its own, particularly when it hasn't played in the World Cup for so many years, I think it would be rather churlish of us to say we're going to boycott the World Cup as well."
Surely it's just churlish to suggest that a judge who doles out her opinion on live singing should practise what she screeches?
It would be churlish, though, to dwell on the problems in central midfield or on how easily Spurs cantered through that corridor.
Can I reassure friends in England that an independent Wales would naturally sell water to England, but it would be churlish to go on about this other dependence - we are bigger than that.
Adam and Claire Gill Churlish McIlroy Jay Townsend's tweeted description of Rory McIlroy's poor course management on the first day of the Irish Open may have been somewhat exaggerated, but this was done only to make a valid point.