Definition of Poltroon. Meaning of Poltroon. Synonyms of Poltroon

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Definition of Poltroon

Poltroon
Poltroon Pol*troon", a. Base; vile; contemptible; cowardly.
Poltroon
Poltroon Pol*troon", n. [F. poltron, from It. poltrone an idle fellow, sluggard, coward, poltro idle, lazy, also, bed, fr. OHG. polstar, bolstar, cushion, G. polster, akin to E. bolster. See Bolster.] An arrant coward; a dastard; a craven; a mean-spirited wretch. --Shak.

Meaning of Poltroon from wikipedia

- Poltroon was an event horse ridden[when?] by American rider Torrance Watkins. "Torrance Watkins & Poltroon | Horses, Horse info, Equines". Pinterest. Retrieved...
- Handprinted Fabric from 1973–79, and co-founded Poltroon Press with Alastair Johnston in 1975. The Poltroon Press was one of several influential small presses...
- "Potty little lovers' quarrel my left eyeball. She called me a lily-livered poltroon. And a sl****it timorous cowering beastie." The poem was alluded to in Ben...
- have firearms – the arms of a coward, as they said, for they enable the poltroon to kill the brave without awaiting his attack." The tension between Cetshwayo...
- courage, and was worthy to command; but that Richard, that coxcomb and poltroon, was surely the basest fellow alive; what is become of that fool?" Cromwell...
- Society, 1981. ISBN 978-0-913-66639-5 OCLC 7532068 Legacy. Berkeley, CA: Poltroon Press, 1983. Illustrated by Michael Bradley. OCLC 10869572 Phantom Pain:...
- Austin, type-cutter, and Richard Turner Austin, wood-engraver. Berkeley: Poltroon Press. ISBN 978-0918395320. Retrieved 8 February 2017. Eliason, Craig (October...
- Nashville Review in May 1806, calling Jackson a 'worthless scoundrel, ... a poltroon and a coward.' The political atmosphere in Nashville was heated by ambition...
- have firearms – the arms of a coward, as they said, for they enable the poltroon to kill the brave without awaiting his attack." Even though their fire...
- an anti-Stalinist, a communist believer and a cynic, a self-publicizing poltroon and a crusty philanthropist, a trouble-maker and a peacemaker, a stimulating...