Blackguard: Sir Eveland’s Sexy, Historical Word of Wednesday, Nov 16th

Blackguard is a dated word which can be used as a noun or a verb.

Verb: To blackguard means to abuse or disparage; to be rude and foul (to someone). For example, when Alison asked Rocky to pay his debt, he blackguarded her until she left the room.

Noun: A blackguard is a rude or unscrupulous person; a person who behaves in a dishonorable or contemptible way. For example, Rocky has been a blackguard since he was a child, but Alison still thinks he’s polite sometimes.

 

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