dastard dastard


  1. (n) a despicable coward
  2. (adj) despicably cowardly

Derived Word(s)


  1. When Ullmann becomes his last victim, Carradine unmasks the dastard, who promptly kills himself, by heavy-handed irony, on the very day that Hitler's beer-hall putsch is put down.
  2. There is flighty April Morrison a little breath of bedspring from Colorado, done in by a dastard who tools a white Jaguar.
  3. Poet Martin Farquhar Tupper heard the shocking news and immediately produced a suitable poem: 0 dastard! Thus to strike that brow.
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