Use Boorish in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective]ill-mannered, behaving badly;
What a thoroughly boorish and unpleasant man Field really is.
Hodges undoubtedly can get a bit boorish .
I thought it would be boorish to challenge his identity without warning.
He is greatly disliked by Aquila, who considers him boorish .
You also should know that poor or boorish behaviour can reflect badly on you.
She can by mere words convert a boorish man into a courtly one.
His behaviour, in relation to Etty, was boorish , bullying, and uncalled for.
Squire Western is a typically boorish and uncultivated Tory squire, obsessed with fox hunting, drinking and acquiring more property.