Definition of stinkard in English:

stinkard

Syllabification: stink·ard
Pronunciation: /ˈstiNGkərd
 
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noun

1 archaic A smelly or despicable person.
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  • The Heartbreak Kid, by contrast, is a mean piece of work with an unsympathetic, lying stinkard of an anti-hero.
  • For that you get to stand in the yard below the stage exposed to the weather - a groundling or stinkard in Elizabethan parlance.
  • Learn where Shakespeare found his best sources of inspiration, why heroines were played by boy actors, why players needed a protector, how to stage a swordfight, who stinkards were.
2A member of a lower social order in some American Indian communities.
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  • He points out the problematic nature of this arrangement in that eventually, the Stinkard population would shrink to extinction since the marriage of Stinkards to aristocrats would slowly drain the Stinkard population beyond repair.

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