Scaramouch

• (n.) A personage in the old Italian comedy (derived from Spain) characterized by great boastfulness and poltroonery; hence, a person of like characteristics; a buffoon.
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Scaramouch

Scaramouche noun a stock character in commedia dell`arte depicted as a boastful coward
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Scaramouch

Scar'a·mouch` noun [ French scaramouche , Italian scaramuccio , scaramuccia , originally the name of a celebrated Italian comedian; confer Italian scaramuccia , scaramuccio , French escarmouche , skirmish. Confer Skirmish .] A personage in the old Ita...
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scaramouch

ruffian; scoundrel
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Scaramouch

[n] - a stock character in commedia dell`arte depicted as a boastful coward
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