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boorish - adjective

Like a boor, insensitive, crude; without good manners, as in His boorish behavior offended everyone at the party.

Today’s New York Times features a story on the boorish and disgusting behavior by large bunches of drunk and rowdy guys who hover around the ramps at Gate D at Giants Stadium and proceed to harass women to bare their breasts as well as throwing things at other fans, even kids.

—Michael Sciannamea, November 20, 2007

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