Scaramouche



noun
1.
a stock character in commedia dell’arte and farce who is a cowardly braggart, easily beaten and frightened.
2.
(lowercase) a rascal or scamp.
noun
1.
a stock character who appears as a boastful coward in commedia dell’arte and farce

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