blackguard blackguard


  1. (n) someone who is morally reprehensible
  2. (v) subject to laughter or ridicule
  3. (v) use foul or abusive language towards



  1. In the Sri Lankan context, that should make Wickremesinghe more of a blackguard than a hero.
  2. But young Stapley turns out to be no blackguard after all.
  3. Only, unfortunately, he is a dull blackguard, subject to long states of his author's laboring mind.



  • "Wayne Swan is the person who's been talking up inflation non-stop since last November in an attempt to blackguard the former government," Mr Abbott told Network Ten.
    on Apr 26, 2008 By: Tony Abbott Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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cynic cynic
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