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- n. coward
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It was an extraordinary thing that he should have found this chink: he, the son of a Glasthule huckster, of a quakebuttock, a quakebuttock himself, should in the majestic vault of Christendom a flaw have found.
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Bill O'Reilly, the claimed to be official father of the word simply says Don't be a quakebuttock Quakebuttok definition: Quakebutock is a coward, is a sissy.
August 19th, 2009 Do you know what and who is quakebuttock?
And looking back, it seemed to Jim that he had never prayed for himself at all but for this other boy that his mind’s eye watched, a rawney-looking molly of a boy, the son of a quakebuttock, a coward himself, praying that he should hear his calling and join the brothers like Our Lady wished and not to be so inconsiderate.