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Noun: blackguard  'bla,gaa(r)d or bla-gu(r)d
  1. Someone who is morally reprehensible
    "you dirty blackguard";
    - cad [archaic], bounder [Brit, archaic], dog [informal], hound, heel [informal]
Verb: blackguard  'bla,gaa(r)d or bla-gu(r)d
  1. Subject to laughter or ridicule
    "The satirists blackguarded the plans for a new opera house";
    - ridicule, roast [informal], guy, laugh at, jest at, rib [informal], make fun, poke fun
     
  2. Use foul or abusive language towards
    - abuse, clapperclaw [archaic], shout

Derived forms: blackguards, blackguarded, blackguarding

Type of: assail, assault, attack, bemock, lash out, mock, round, scoundrel, snipe, villain

Encyclopedia: Blackguard