Scaramouch

[ UK /skˈæɹɐmˌa‍ʊt‍ʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈskæɹəˌmaʊtʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a stock character in commedia dell'arte depicted as a boastful coward
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How To Use Scaramouch In A Sentence

  • They carried candles and wore masks: an eggshell face with antlers; a patchwork harlequin; a Casanova; a Scaramouch. The Faculty Club
  • Some are pretty easy there just aren't that many rock songs that actually have the word "Scaramouch" in the lyrics, but other will annoy over coffee. YesButNoButYes: And Great Lyrics Quiz Rock Roll The
  • You're killin me, Angus, you really are. said Scaramouch on May 19, 2008 11:47 AM. YesButNoButYes: Rods and Balls
  • Also included on the disc is a trailer for Ivanhoe, as well trailers for two other swashbucklers from the same period, Knights of the Round Table and Scaramouche.
  • As for best sword fights on screen ever Robin Hood is okay but you have to check out Scaramouche- 9 minute dule. Swordplay and Storyboarding
  • The ambassador was not dissatisfied with the impression he had made on one of the foreign correspondents of the "Chuck-Farthing," and the minister flattered himself that both the literary and the graphic representations of himself in "Scaramouch" might possibly for the future be mitigated. Endymion
  • He wrote for 'Scaramouch' some little time, but they can stand it no more. Endymion
  • It's a little scary. said Scaramouch on February 27, 2008 2:28 PM. YesButNoButYes: Haterade's Idol Anal-ysis (Round of 20 Men) - 2/26/08
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