boorish

Lout vs Boorish - What's the difference?

lout | boorish |


As a noun lout

is a troublemaker, often violent; a rude violent person; a yob.

As a verb lout

is (obsolete|transitive) to treat as a lout or fool; to neglect; to disappoint or lout can be (archaic) to bend, bow, stoop.

As an adjective boorish is

behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

Boorish vs Gauche - What's the difference?

boorish | gauche | Synonyms |

Boorish is a synonym of gauche.


As adjectives the difference between boorish and gauche

is that boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured while gauche is awkward or lacking in social graces; bumbling.

Rational vs Boorish - What's the difference?

rational | boorish |


As adjectives the difference between rational and boorish

is that rational is capable of reasoning while boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

As a noun rational

is (mathematics) a rational number: a number that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers.

Boorish vs Crass - What's the difference?

boorish | crass |


As adjectives the difference between boorish and crass

is that boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured while crass is coarse; crude; not refined or sensible.

Uncivil vs Boorish - What's the difference?

uncivil | boorish | Related terms |

Uncivil is a related term of boorish.


As adjectives the difference between uncivil and boorish

is that uncivil is not civilized; savage; barbarous; uncivilized while boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

Awkward vs Boorish - What's the difference?

awkward | boorish | Related terms |

Awkward is a related term of boorish.


As adjectives the difference between awkward and boorish

is that awkward is lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments while boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

As an adverb awkward

is (obsolete) in a backwards direction.

Ill-bred vs Boorish - What's the difference?

ill-bred | boorish | Related terms |

Ill-bred is a related term of boorish.


As adjectives the difference between ill-bred and boorish

is that ill-bred is ill-mannered and unrefined because of a bad upbringing or education while boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

Morose vs Boorish - What's the difference?

morose | boorish |


As adjectives the difference between morose and boorish

is that morose is sullen]], gloomy; showing a [[brood|brooding ill humour while boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

Boorish vs Choleric - What's the difference?

boorish | choleric |


As adjectives the difference between boorish and choleric

is that boorish is behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured while choleric is easily becoming angry.

Wikidiffcom vs Boorish - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | boorish |


As an adjective boorish is

behaving as a boor; rough in manners; rude; uncultured.

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