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coarse-looking

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Definition of coarse-looking in English:

adjective

Not elegant or delicate in appearance.
Example sentences
  • A coarse-looking woman was seated before a scanty fire.
  • There were several coarse-looking fellows in short jackets scattered about the courtyard.
  • A tall, coarse-looking man was sitting on a chair with dust-covered leather boots crossed on top of the desk.

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