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  • n. coward

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  • The art of the insult’s in a state of schlock;
    The sensitive ear is pained at such talk.
    Your foe is not bested
    If his mother's molested
    But he's laid in the dust by “quakebuttock.”

    In the 1912 presidential primaries Teddy Roosevelt derided Taft as a "puzzlewit." Taft in his turn called TR a " honeyfugler." Oh, for the day when men wielded invective like rapiers and politics was no arena for the quakebuttock!

    April 3, 2014

  • This word goes straight to the list of compound derogatives, Gapeseeds and Muckworms!

    March 23, 2011

  • A coward.

    May 12, 2008