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Loutish, a. [e.m.E. (a 1553), f. e.m.E. lout n. (a 1548) a lout, clown.] Loutish, clumsy. — [Louis XII] randring the kirks … ouer pouerfull … maid a gros and a loutish fault; Fowler II. 83/4.

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