Main Entry: scar·a·mouch
Variant(s): or scar·a·mouche /'skar-&-"müsh, -"müch, -"mauch/
Etymology: French Scaramouche, from Italian Scaramuccia, from scaramuccia skirmish
1 capitalized : a stock character in the Italian commedia dell'arte that burlesques the Spanish don and is characterized by boastfulness and cowardliness
I knew the word was french.
scare a mooch
Does that mean Teresa is trying to scare John?
you fast congrats
I think "scaramouch" is the pet name the guy from Queen gave John Kerry. You know, from back when he was young and reckless.
LOL! I looked it up, too, with this variation:
A stock character in commedia dell'arte and pantomime, depicted as a boastful coward or buffoon.
LOL. It really suits him! A cowardly, boastful buffoon!