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Churlish vs. Grudging

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  • Churlish (adjective)

    Of or pertaining to a serf, peasant, or rustic.

    "rustic"

  • Churlish (adjective)

    Rude, surly, ungracious. from late 14th c.

    "cross-grained|rude|surly|ungracious"

  • Churlish (adjective)

    Stingy or grudging.

    "grudging|illiberal|miserly|niggardly|stingy"

  • Churlish (adjective)

    Difficult to till, lacking pliancy; unmanageable.

  • Grudging (adjective)

    Unwilling or with reluctance.

    "her grudging acceptance that her rival deserved the award"

  • Grudging (noun)

    The state of bearing a grudge.

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Webster Dictionary
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  • Churlish (adjective)

    rude and boorish

  • Churlish (adjective)

    having a bad disposition; surly;

    "churlish as a bear"

  • Grudging (adjective)

    of especially an attitude;

    "gave grudging consent"

    "grudging acceptance of his opponent's victory"

  • Grudging (adjective)

    reluctant to give or share;

    "grudging in her praise"

  • Grudging (adjective)

    petty in giving or spending;

    "a niggardly tip"

Princeton's WordNet
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