• But its learning curve has been painfully long, its manners uncouth and its coalition partners loutish.

    ECONOMIST: Poland's awkward government

  • Listening to her Dutch friends, she assumed that Americans were fat, loutish, naive and sexually repressed.

    ECONOMIST: Going to America

  • Greenaway, however, has a lot more in common with his loutish protagonist than he thinks.

    NEWYORKER: The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover

  • When it comes to energy, Vladimir Putin's Russia seems prone to loutish behaviour—despite constant claims that Russia is a reliable partner.

    ECONOMIST: Vladimir Putin's Russia

  • They are loutish and filthy, and the workers—sterile females—tolerate their presence for a few months a year, then systematically murder them.

    NEWYORKER: Stung

  • And the story itself doesn't end up a downer as the fable unfolds, telling how even a loutish, self-absorbed lawyer can ultimately find redemption.

    FORBES: Fact and Comment

  • The formerly sweet and cuddly bear (voiced by MacFarlane) has matured into a perpetually adolescent, loutish party animal and dragged the sharp-witted and capable man into a dissolute adulthood of bong hits and bad TV.

    NEWYORKER: Ted

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