Oafish in a sentence as an adjective

"One reason her career had gone so well, she thinks, is that she’d made a point of ignoring slights and oafish comments.

Standing flat-footed renders everyone a bit oafish; raising one foot results in a more rakish profile.

LeMarr's sometimes oafish behavior has been a bit one dimensional but was well explained in this week's episode.

The [bunk] [hogwash] [stultified] an [oafish] [foolish] [foolery] [in sheer madness] Tricky: Make sure "a" vs "an" is still used correctly with replacements.

It's the oafish way that such language calls attention to itself, like a tone-deaf singer inflicting themselves on an audience.

Furthermore, it seems like the kind of technical people I've who've been quick to talk about their people skills or emotional intelligence have been the worst kind of oafish moron.

"K, for some occult reason, has always appealed to the oafish risibles of the American plain people, and its presence in the names of many ... places has helped to make them joke towns ... for example, Kankakee, Kalamazoo, Hoboken, Hohokus, Yonkers, Squeedunk, "Stinktown" and Brooklyn.

Oafish definitions


ill-mannered and coarse and contemptible in behavior or appearance; "was boorish and insensitive"; "the loutish manners of a bully"; "her stupid oafish husband"; "aristocratic contempt for the swinish multitude"

See also: boorish loutish neanderthal neandertal swinish