blaggard

Blaggard - What does it mean?

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Laggard vs Blaggard - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between laggard and blaggard

is that laggard is one who lags behind and takes more time than is necessary while blaggard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person usually, only used to refer to a male person.

As an adjective laggard

is hanging back; loitering.

Taxonomy vs Blaggard - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taxonomy and blaggard

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while blaggard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person usually, only used to refer to a male person.

Scoundrel vs Blaggard - What's the difference?

scoundrel | blaggard |


As nouns the difference between scoundrel and blaggard

is that scoundrel is a mean, worthless fellow; a rascal; a villain; a person without honour or virtue while blaggard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person usually, only used to refer to a male person.

Blaggard vs Blackguard - What's the difference?

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Blackguard is an alternative form of blaggard.

Blaggard is a see also of blackguard.


As nouns the difference between blaggard and blackguard

is that blaggard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person usually, only used to refer to a male person while blackguard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person.

As a verb blackguard is

to revile or abuse in scurrilous language.

What is the difference between long and blaggard?

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In context|archaic|lang=en terms the difference between long and blaggard

is that long is (archaic) to be appropriate to, to pertain or belong to while blaggard is (archaic) a man who uses foul language in front of a woman, typically a woman of high standing in society.

As nouns the difference between long and blaggard

is that long is (linguistics) a long vowel while blaggard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person usually, only used to refer to a male person.

As a adjective long

is having much distance from one terminating point on an object or an area to another terminating point or long can be (archaic) on account of, because of.

As a adverb long

is over a great distance in space.

As a verb long

is (finance) to take a long position in or long can be to await, to aspire, to desire greatly (something to occur or to be true) or long can be (archaic) to be appropriate to, to pertain or belong to.

What is the difference between blaggard and ankle?

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As nouns the difference between blaggard and ankle

is that blaggard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person usually, only used to refer to a male person while ankle is the skeletal joint which connects the foot with the leg; the uppermost portion of the foot and lowermost portion of the leg, which contain this skeletal joint.

As a verb ankle is

(us|slang) to walk.