from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a boorish manner; uncultured.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a boorish manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. like a boor,
Sorry, no etymologies found.
BRIDESMAIDS $34.98 BluRay combo or $29.98 DVD; Universal -- If watching chicks behave as boorishly as dudes is your idea of funny, then this flick is for you.
What is MY trying to say except that the evil neocons are boorishly insisting too loudly on points that he and his buddies consider deserving of more discrete modulation?
You do not have to be black to have the Cambridge police act boorishly.
The marshal had acted boorishly, Donovan thought, likely because the communist chief knew he had the civil war under control.
The gleeful, defiant cheer "DRILL BABY, DRILL" has disappeared and those that boorishly barked it look like snails caught on a warm summer sidewalk.
Rather, I believe, Goldstone, like so many others, reactively chooses the side of the Palestinians not because he is a self-hating Jew but because he boorishly assumes that the weaker party in any conflict is necessarily the aggrieved party.
Even in the most fastidious of times it is boorishly single-minded.
He routinely abused socialists, homosexuals and the work-shy, and he could be boorishly, almost grotesquely insensitive.
When powered up for the first time Spell Check Bot became aware that part of its name had been boorishly abbreviated to Bot and turned on its creator with the only weapon within reach, a red correction pen.
The EUSSR can only be kept in being by much the same methods as those deployed by the USSR: not holding referenda at which the people might, boorishly, say 'NO!'