dastard

[ UK /dˈɑːstəd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a despicable coward
ADJECTIVE
  1. despicably cowardly
    the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on...December 7th
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How To Use dastard In A Sentence

  • But when she spots a tin of cash lying around, she is sorely tempted to commit a dastardly act. The Sun
  • Stanley was very tall and though a very sweet man, he had a deep, gravelly voice that often got him jobs on cartoon shows as dastardly villains.
  • But will the dastardly plan be uncovered? The Sun
  • The rogues ransack the place in search of a treasure map, offing the men and carting the women, including feisty Violet Miranda, onto a ship run by the dastardly but suave Captain Calico Jack.
  • dastard," but he coolly waited until Haldane had finished, and then asked in his former tone: A Knight of the Nineteenth Century
  • Separated from a certain fascination that there was for her in Edward's acerb wit, she saw that he was doing a dastardly thing in cold blood. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • As a result of their scheming ways, the dastardly duo are clearly making enemies outside the house.
  • It is a classic tale of good and evil with an orphan hero, a plucky girl to befriend him, dastardly villains, a bit of a twist and an element of magic.
  • Just as the FBI has its ‘most wanted’ list of criminals, American women have their own ‘most dastardly’ list of unfaithful rotters and cheats.
  • Have you ever wondered why these evil and dastardly beings might be interested in us?
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