His conduct is boorish and intemperate; his views are anachronistic and absurd; his moral authority is zilch.
Can you tell the actor and the disgraced former IMF chief apart from their boorish quotes about women?
Consequently, he was booed every time he touched the ball by the boorish, and unforgiving, Brazilians in the crowd.
But to think that that kind of boorish selfishness informs public policy these days is beyond belief.
The boorish behavior of the studio titans of old would make a senator blush.
To till the ground and cultivate vegetables seemed to him boorish, unworthy of his faculties.
This was why you were so—so boorish and disagreeable in that shop.
From boorish squires they blossomed into grands seigneurs, patrons of the arts, virtuosi.
In other words, there are some people who would be boorish under any circumstances.
Bonazzi gives an almost extravagant account of the boorish manner of the exiled nobles lives.