Shakespearean insults column C
grub that destroys the blossom [of love]
a stupid person; blockhead.
a staff or support to assist a lame or infirm person in walking
pickpocket, thief, robber
any of several small sharks, especially of the genera Mustelus and Squalus, that are destructive to food fishes.
the shell of a bird's egg, consisting of keratin fibers and calcite crystals.
a pale yellowish-white color.
rather bulky paper having a slightly rough finish
the seed of hemp, used as food for birds.
an impudent(careless), mischievous child.
an untidy(messy) woman; slattern.wench, drab, slut
The state of being malignant or diseased., quality of being disposed to evil
A tippler. [R.] --Shak. (drunk person)
little man, puppet
very little, least tiniest of creatures, insignificant being
a bailiff who hooks or seizes malefactors. --Shak.constable, beadle, officer
old man, dotard(foolish) [i.e. one wearing pantaloons = breeches]
A sucking rabbit; a young rabbit.
A gull; a dupe(person easily fooled); a cony.
A mean wretch, prostitute or evil person.
Something left over; a remainder.
a rude person
brutal or cruel person, violent
Thin piece of timber; or a small amount
menial, lackey, domestic servant
[type of bird] dupe, gull, fool
definition not found
wretch, degenerate, good-for-nothing
fashionable young man, fine young gentleman greenhorn, juvenile, prodigal child