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Churlish vs. Insubordinate

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Churlishadjective

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

Insubordinateadjective

Rebellious or defiant to authority.

Churlishadjective

Rude, surly, ungracious.

Insubordinateadjective

Contumacious.

Churlishadjective

Stingy or grudging.

Insubordinatenoun

A person who defies authority.

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Churlishadjective

(of soil) Difficult to till, lacking pliancy; unmanageable.

Insubordinateadjective

Not submitting to authority; disobedient; rebellious; mutinous.

Churlishadjective

Like a churl; rude; cross-grained; ungracious; surly; illiberal; niggardly.

‘Half mankind maintain a churlish strife.’;

Insubordinateadjective

not submissive to authority;

‘a history of insubordinate behavior’; ‘insubordinate boys’;

Churlishadjective

Wanting pliancy; unmanageable; unyielding; not easily wrought; as, a churlish soil; the churlish and intractable nature of some minerals.

Insubordinateadjective

disposed to or engaged in defiance of established authority

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Churlishadjective

rude and boorish

Churlishadjective

having a bad disposition; surly;

‘churlish as a bear’;

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