Definition of loutish in English:

loutish

Line breaks: lout|ish
Pronunciation: /ˈlaʊtɪʃ
 
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adjective

Derivatives

loutishly

adverb
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  • Independent travellers are also capable of behaving as loutishly as the most inebriated package holidaymaker.
  • Political officials loudly and loutishly challenge the judiciary's power as well as its decisions.
  • It's full of different characters, stylishly or loutishly dressed, as the case may be.

loutishness

noun
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  • By creating this category of loutishness or kids hanging around the Government can acknowledge anxieties without admitting there may be a problem with crime.
  • But there is a sense among many, heightened by recent headlines, that the speed and regularity with which inane and drunken loutishness turns violent is sufficiently alarming to become a national priority.
  • He insisted that it was this ‘poverty’ which acted as ‘the breeding ground of the violence, loutishness and addiction which blights areas of our city’.

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