Definition of Scoundrels

1. Noun. (plural of scoundrel) ¹



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Definition of Scoundrels

1. scoundrel [n] - See also: scoundrel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scoundrels

scotty dog
scoubidou
scoucer
scoucers
scoug
scouged
scough
scouging
scougs
scould
scoundrel
scoundreldom
scoundrelism
scoundrelly
scoundrelry
scoundrels (current term)
scoup
scouped
scouping
scoups
scour
scourable
scourage
scourages
scoured
scourer
scourer pad
scourer pads
scourers
scourge

Literary usage of Scoundrels

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1. Shakspere's Predecessors in the English Drama by John Addington Symonds (1900)
"... Gallery of scoundrels—Two Types of Murderers— Michael's Terror—Alice Arden—Her Relation to some Women of Shakspere—Development of her Murderous ..."

2. Account of Arnold's Campaign Against Quebec: And of the Hardships and by John Joseph Henry (1877)
"... more especially as there are some scoundrels who, with impunity, open the letters directed to the officers in our army, and I suppose they continue the ..."

3. The Knickerbocker; Or, New York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew, Timothy Flint, Washington Irving (1862)
"Venus, as she swept toward the Venusberg, kicking out of the way all canting scoundrels like the True Eckhart, who was true to nothing but dismal dog-in- ..."

4. Shakespere's Predecessors in the English Drama by John Addington Symonds (1884)
"... Gallery of scoundrels—Two Types of Murderers—Michael's Terror—Alice Arden—Her Relation to some Women of Shakspere—Development of her Murderous ..."

5. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"... it began to be found that a sort of combination was growing up among the scoundrels, having its ramifications extending upwards to some of the high ..."

6. A Concordance to the Works of Alexander Popeby Edwin Abbott by Edwin Abbott (1875)
"615 Has c. thro' scoundrels ever since the flood EM iv. 212 ' An artful Manager, that c, between MS i. 21 Crescent. But by the c. and the golden zone 1V. ..."

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