Definition of Blackguarded

1. blackguard [v] - See also: blackguard



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blackguarded

blackfeller
blackfellers
blackfellow
blackfellows
blackfin
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blackfish
blackfishes
blackflies
blackfly
blackfold
blackfoot daisy
blackfriar
blackfriars
blackguard
blackguarded (current term)
blackguarding
blackguardism
blackguardisms
blackguardly
blackguards
blackgum
blackgums
blackhander
blackhanders
blackhat
blackhats
blackhead
blackheads
blackheart

Literary usage of Blackguarded

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1. The Bookman (1898)
"... thing nowadays to be a good citizen—at least, good enough to please Mr. Roosevelt. If you don't vote, you're blackguarded ; and if you do vote, ..."

2. The Queen Vs. Louis Riel: Accused and Convicted of the Crime of High Treason by Louis Riel (1886)
"A. He seemed very much excited, and he said something about a war of extermination unless he could come to terms with the government, and he blackguarded ..."

3. Proceedings of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1856)
"Many of the inhabitants climbed upon the leaf of the draw and blackguarded the troops. Among them was a man, (name not recollected,) who cried out as loud ..."

4. Account of Leslie's Retreat at the North Bridge in Salem, on Sunday Feb'y 26 by Charles Moses Endicott, Essex Institute (1856)
"... but he could discover no familiar 1'aees—was blackguarded by tho soldiers for his inquisitiveness, who asked him, with oaths, what he was looking after. ..."

5. Letters of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell, Charles Eliot Norton (1904)
"All the notices of it have been very favorable except that of your honest friend and fellow-politician, the editor of the " Post," who blackguarded me ..."

6. The Innocents Abroad; Or, The New Pilgrim's Progress: Being Some Account of by Mark Twain (1884)
"... isn't any satisfaction whatever about it—they played dominoes till they were rented, and then they blackguarded each other privately till prayer-time. ..."

7. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1906)
"... consequently we were down in the mud most of the time, and every time a man went down he blackguarded the war, and the people that started it, ..."

8. The Bookman (1898)
"... thing nowadays to be a good citizen—at least, good enough to please Mr. Roosevelt. If you don't vote, you're blackguarded ; and if you do vote, ..."

9. The Queen Vs. Louis Riel: Accused and Convicted of the Crime of High Treason by Louis Riel (1886)
"A. He seemed very much excited, and he said something about a war of extermination unless he could come to terms with the government, and he blackguarded ..."

10. Proceedings of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1856)
"Many of the inhabitants climbed upon the leaf of the draw and blackguarded the troops. Among them was a man, (name not recollected,) who cried out as loud ..."

11. Account of Leslie's Retreat at the North Bridge in Salem, on Sunday Feb'y 26 by Charles Moses Endicott, Essex Institute (1856)
"... but he could discover no familiar 1'aees—was blackguarded by tho soldiers for his inquisitiveness, who asked him, with oaths, what he was looking after. ..."

12. Letters of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell, Charles Eliot Norton (1904)
"All the notices of it have been very favorable except that of your honest friend and fellow-politician, the editor of the " Post," who blackguarded me ..."

13. The Innocents Abroad; Or, The New Pilgrim's Progress: Being Some Account of by Mark Twain (1884)
"... isn't any satisfaction whatever about it—they played dominoes till they were rented, and then they blackguarded each other privately till prayer-time. ..."

14. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1906)
"... consequently we were down in the mud most of the time, and every time a man went down he blackguarded the war, and the people that started it, ..."

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