dastard


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an ignoble, uncourageous person

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a despicable coward

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despicably cowardly

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Mr Tokunbo Thunder-Balogun, son of the foremost and legendary Nigerian footballer, Mr Teslim Thunder-Balogun, has commiserated with Pa Reuben Fasoranti, the leader of Pan-Yoruba socio-cultural group, Afenifere, over the dastard killing of his daughter, 58-year-old Mrs Funke Olakunrin.
Expressing his deep condolences and sympathies with the grief stricken families and those injured in dastard and dreadful action of enemies of Pakistan, the Hurriyet leader said killing of 128 innocent civilians and injuring hundreds is a grave concern for the whole Pakistan.
They said undemocratic forces cannot frighten journalists through such dastard attacks.
The influence of dastard politics has been responsible to a greater extent which civil societies of India are always pleading to the modern generations about these grim scenarios like scuffling between teachers and taught or contrarily unethical acts by some unscrupulous teachers of India.
20, 2016), www.nytimes .com/2016/09/21/world/europe/refugee-camp-greece-fire.html (detailing dastard conditions of camp on "Aegan island of Lesbos").
In a well-known thought experiment, a runaway trolley hurtles down a track to which several innocent strangers--let's say medical researchers--have been tied by a dastard. You're at the switch and can save them by shunting the trolley to another track--to which your own child is similarly tied.
The Tunisian official, for her part, blasted Saudi Arabia's dastard attacks on the poor Yemeni people that have claimed the lives of over 12,000 of them so far.
are two of his better pairs: Live dastard, I drat sad evil.
DASTARD A Mustard seed B Dishonourable fellow C Genus of armadillo who am I?
As a young man from a loving and buoyant Muslim family, he realized that his calling had started, and in the fervency of his obedience to God's directives in such dastard situation, his personal desires were Divinely granted.
Along the way, he wrote the eponymous book, with the subtitle, "The Dastard's Guide to Fame and Fortune." And yes, dastard is a real word, meaning "a person who acts treacherously or underhandedly."
thy dastard insult ne'er in memory shall perish, / Thou hast snapt
Every few months, Bill and I take what we delicately call a "b*#!$*%'s walk" (rhymes with "dastard's walk").
To this end, LRDC says life imprisonment without the option of parole as statutory prescription introduced with the view to act as a deterrent or in retribution of the murder committed by a convict, may very welt violate the right to dignity and is cruel, inhumane and degrading, Such punishments, it says, are prohibited by Article 8 of the Constitution, no matter how dastard a crime is.