Definition of Scaramouches

1. scaramouch [n] - See also: scaramouch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scaramouches

scarab
scarab beetle
scarabaean
scarabaei
scarabaeid
scarabaeid beetle
scarabaeoid
scarabaeus
scarabaeuses
scarabee
scarabees
scarablike
scaraboid
scarabs
scarab├Žid
scaramouches (current term)
scarbroite
scarce
scarce copper
scarcely
scarcement
scarcements
scarceness
scarcenesses
scarcer
scarcest
scarcities
scarcity
scard
scardey cat

Literary usage of Scaramouches

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1. Bentley's Miscellany by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith (1841)
"... Sovereign Lord," at the head and front of thy scaramouches and Tumblers ! To thy merry memory, honest Michael ! and may St. Bart- lemy, root and branch, ..."

2. American Renaissance: A Review of Domestic Architecture by Joy Wheeler Dow (1904)
"But there were two kinds of Jacobin houses, there were the sincere Radicals (see Plate LVIII), and the scaramouches (see Plate LIX). ..."

3. American Renaissance: A Review of Domestic Architecture by Joy Wheeler Dow (1904)
"But there were two kinds of Jacobin houses, there were the sincere Radicals (see Plate LVIII), and the scaramouches (see Plate LIX). ..."

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