Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Scaramouche: Bismillah
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Scaramouche

a stock character in commedia dell'arte depicted as a boastful coward


References in periodicals archive ?
Areas devoid of figures are balanced by others in which things become a tumult; in some spots, figures climb atop one another, shaping mountains of seemingly frenzied efforts (and it is worth noting here, that Leda is decidedly larger than the male Harlequin and Scaramouche and that, at the highest physical point in the installation, it is she prevailing at the top).
Scaramouche & Fandango specialise in male grooming and skin-care products.
Our protagonists Galileo and Scaramouche - with the aid of Meat, Britney, Pop and the other rebel Bohemians - are tasked with saving the world.
The window display at Scaramouche is dynamic in itself.
Sabatini was best known for his historical adventure epics Scaramouche, Captain Blood and The Sea Hawk.
Sabatini's novels were sold around the world and made into popular movies (treat yourself to the YouTube versions of the sword fights from Scaramouche and Captain Blood).
They need a hero who can help them in their struggle, andwe have two - the dreamer Galileo and the sassy rock chick Scaramouche.
FRENCH pianists Duo Scaramouche performed at the penultimate event of Bahrain's 18th International Music Festival last night at the Arts Centre, near the Bahrain National Museum in Manama.
Rebelling against authority are Galileo Figaro (Alex Gaumond) and Scaramouche (the excellent Sarah French-Ellis).
Mundo nocturno, de Teresa Valenzuela, que se presenta en el teatro Benito Juarez con la compania Scaramouche, no corre con la misma suerte.
Combining general commentary with summaries of plays, Ritchie follows this figure through its many forms: the parasites, flatterers and soldiers satellites of Greek Old and New Comedy; their counterparts in Roman comedy; the minstrels of the medieval period; Il Dottore and Scaramouche in Commedia dell'Arte; Shakespeare's and Jonson's fools; and the fops in comic plays from the Restoration to the early 19th century.
The first three articles concern Moliere's life (creditably resumed by Marie-Claude Canova), the material conditions with which he worked (Jan Clarke, drawing on much of her own research), and the undeniable influence of Scaramouche on his acting and on the fate of his plays in France and Italy at the end of the twentieth century (Stephen Knapper).
Amedeo Scaramouche was 6 years old when his family joined St.
Well that is Scaramouche sonC* ssh now and watch how will the woman hit him with an exploding stick," answered the boy's mother.
I certainly hope Dover, in the near future, will publish a volume of more music for four hands by Milhaud, such as Kentuckiana, Les Songes, La Libertadora, Carnaval a la Nouvelle-Orleans and, of course, Scaramouche.