boorishly boorishly

Definition(s):

  • (adv) like a boor,

Usage(s):

  1. Imus crossed a line, boorishly, creepily, paleolithically.
  2. These provided the driver with pedals to push with, but they still left him boorishly up front.
  3. When a British correspondent tried to ask a question, Karmal boorishly denounced him as a representative of British imperialism.

News

  1. Chris Mannix: Mayweather doing whatever he can to generate buzz for Maidana fight

    LAS VEGAS — For so long, Floyd Mayweather has lived by one ethos: Love me or hate me, just keep paying to see me. It's what has given him license to behave boorishly, to devolve promotions into deeper and deeper depths of ugliness. From his days swiping Oscar De La Hoya's luggage to his belittling of Ricky Hatton to his homophobic, racist rants against Manny Pacquiao, Mayweather has masterfully ...
    on May 3, 2014     Source: Sports Illustrated

  2. Mayweather doing whatever he can to generate buzz for Maidana fight

    LAS VEGAS — For so long, Floyd Mayweather has lived by one ethos: Love me or hate me, just keep paying to see me. It’s what has given him license to behave boorishly, to devolve promotions into deeper and deeper depths of ugliness.
    on May 3, 2014     Source: Sports Illustrated

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