dastard

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meanly shrinking from danger, cowardly, dastardly

Observe, too, that this is all a modern affair; belongs not to the old heroic times, but to these dastard new times. ‘Happiness our being’s end and aim’ is at bottom, if we will count well, not yet two centuries old in the world.

A malicious coward
a base coward
{n} a coward, fainthearted fellow, poltroon
{v} to terrify, to frighten
treacherously cowardly; "the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on December 7th"- F D Roosevelt
{i} coward; mean person
Meanly shrinking from danger; cowardly; dastardly
To dastardize
One who meanly shrinks from danger; an arrant coward; a poltroon
dastard(a)
treacherously cowardly; "the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on
dastard(a)
Roosevelt
dastard(a)
December 7th"- F
dastardly
treacherous; given to backstabbing
dastardly
{a} cowardly, timorous, mean, base
Dastardliness
dastardness
dastardliness
{i} meanness; cowardliness
dastardliness
The quality of being dastardly; cowardice; base fear
dastardliness
treacherous cowardice
dastardliness
The state or quality of being dastardly
dastardly
{s} mean, sneaky; cowardly
dastardly
If you describe a person as dastardly, you mean they are wicked. very cruel or evil (dastard (15-20 centuries), perhaps from dAstr)
dastardly
in the manner of a dastard; marked by cowardice; pusillanimous
dastardly
If you describe an action as dastardly, you mean it is wicked and intended to hurt someone
dastardly
Meanly timid; cowardly; base; as, a dastardly outrage
dastardly
treacherously cowardly; "the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on December 7th"- F D Roosevelt
dastards
plural of dastard
dastard

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    [ 'das-t&rd ] (noun.) 15th century. ME, most likely from Old Norse dæstr (“exhausted”).

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