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Descriptive words:
drunken, great, big, lazy, stupid, young, clumsy, ignorant, awkward, poor, vainglorious, dirty, rustic, insensitive, uncouth, heavy, headed, worthless, idle, mannered, boorish, foolish, rough, faced, vulgar, coarse, fat, haired, ungrateful, vile, lubberly, huge, sullen, mere, dull, looking, arrogant, selfish, witted, rude, handsome, tall, insolent, bred, overgrown, irish, silly, impudent, vast, uneducated, brutish, gross, ugly, miserable, mouthed, illiterate, eyed, raw, veriest, class, natured, vicious, ungainly, unmannerly, crude, bulky, filthy, absolute, hopeless, longshore, monstrous, cruel, noisy, brainless, sweet, headstrong, churlish, nasty, hardy, born, dumb, brutal, foul, effeminate, graceless, conceited

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Book See lout used in context: 21 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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