bounderish bounderish


  • (adj) (of persons) lacking in refinement or grace



  1. Nick Jenkins, who has come to a remote seaside hotel to bury his tiresome Uncle Giles, runs across the bounderish Duport, an Eton and Oxford acquaintance whose wife has briefly .
  2. Its features are a bounderish British blend of sad sack and pukka sahib: busby brows that shoot up in startled innocence or beetle down with Mac the Knife malevolence; lugubrious .
  3. Fame, money, wit, his bounderish bounce and white-maned, apple-cheeked handsomeness proved catnip to women, and he maintained what his son calls a "modern seraglio" at Churt, his .
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