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  • 61rowdy — I n 1. ruffian, tough, Inf. toughie, thug, mugger, hoodlum, Sl. hood, Sl. yap, Inf. plugugly, Inf. goon, hooligan, Chiefly Brit. rough, Inf. roughneck, Inf. baddy, Sl. bad actor, Sl. gunsel, Sl. mug, Australian Sl. larrikin, Brit. Hist. Mohock,… …

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  • 62scoundrel — n 1. villain, miscreant, reprobate, incorrigible; rogue, knave, scapegrace, wastrel, Archaic. coistrel, ne er do well, good for nothing, good for naught; wretch, churl, cur, cad, dog, dastard, blackguard, Archaic. bezonian; All Inf. rat, creep,… …

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  • 63blackguardly — /ˈblægadli/ (say blagahdlee) adjective 1. of, like, or befitting a blackguard. –adverb 2. in the manner of a blackguard …

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  • 64Blackguardism — Black guard*ism, n. The conduct or language of a blackguard; ruffianism. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 65Blackguardly — Black guard*ly, adv. & a. In the manner of or resembling a blackguard; abusive; scurrilous; ruffianly. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 66Larrikin — Lar ri*kin, n. [Cf. E. dial. larrikin a mischievous or frolicsome youth, larrick lively, careless, larack to frolic, to romp.] A rowdy street loafer; a rowdyish or noisy ill bred fellow; a hoodlum; variously applied, as to a street blackguard, a… …

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  • 67blackguardism — noun see blackguard I …

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  • 68blackguardly — adjective or adverb see blackguard I …

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