Definition of Loutishly. Meaning of Loutishly. Synonyms of Loutishly

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Definition of Loutishly

Loutishly
Loutish Lout"ish, a. Clownish; rude; awkward. ``Loutish clown.' --Sir P. Sidney. -- Lout"ish*ly, adv. -- Lout"ish*ness, n.

Meaning of Loutishly from wikipedia

- living outside Mexico City to "connote a loud, arrogant, ill-mannered, loutish person". For their part those living in Mexico City designate insultingly...
- had become offensive slang, its meaning expanded to include racism, loutishness, and opposition to modern ways. Patrick Huber, in his monograph "A Short...
- Yob is a slang word used in the United Kingdom. The term denotes a loutish, uncultured person, and is published in dictionaries in the United Kingdom...
- derogatory, meaning "a young lower-cl**** person who displays brash and loutish behaviour and wears real or imitation designer clothes". The derivatives...
- help he also received his first notable role on screen in 1996 as the loutish boyfriend of Winona Ryder in Boys. That same year he appeared in The Craft...
- proposes to her, Mildred declines, telling him she will be marrying a loutish salesman Emil Miller (Alan Hale) instead. The self-centered Mildred vindictively...
- scene in 1994, Gallagher quickly made a public name for himself with his "loutish" behaviour. In 1998 the Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific banned Gallagher...
- would attract a more "middle-cl****" demographic, and would discourage the "loutish behaviour and alcohol-fueled violence" of the EDL. Robinson s****s a halt...
- The Man Show simultaneously celebrated and lampooned the stereotypical loutish male perspective in a ****ually charged, humorous light. The show consisted...
- the police who were called to stop them. Complaints of "overbearing and loutish" behaviour by stormtroopers became common by the middle of 1933. The Foreign...
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