Sentence with the word caitiff
The "caitiff" in these chronicles of when knighthood was in flower is invariably hanged from "the highest battlement" -- the second highest would not do at all; or else he is thrown into "the deepest dungeon of the castle" -- the second deepest dungeon was never known to be used on these occasions.
The "caitiff" in these chronicles of when knighthood was in flower is invariably hanged from
"caitiff," even by a voice somewhat treble and a trifle trembling, left me every reason in the world to be surprised, annoyed and grieved.
Sure Casey is pro-life, but this godless caitiff supports public funding of contraception and the over-the-counter-sale of Plan B!
“I am a fool,” he instantly added, “to vent my passion upon a caitiff so worthless.”
A voice from the ruins, like that of a sullen echo from the grave, answered, ‘Itat Schreckenwald!’ and the caitiff issued from his place of concealment, and stood before me with that singular indifference to danger which he unites to his atrocity of character.
But my worst acts are but merry malice: I have no relish for the bloody trade, and abhor to see or hear of its being acted even on the meanest caitiff.
“Here, some of you, toss this caitiff into the horse trough; that for once in his life he may be washed clean.”
Each bell that tolled rung out, ‘Shame on the recreant caitiff!’
A half-bred, half-acting, half-thinking, half-daring caitiff, whose poorest thoughts — and those which deserve that name must be poor indeed — are not the produce of his own understanding.
do you know what this means? what? caitiff. i sure don't.
He's not gangrel he's caitiff
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- Synonym for "caitiff"
- captive, wretched, unfortunate, base, cowardly
- Hypernym for "caitiff"
- Equivalent for "caitiff"
- cowardly, fearful
- Same Context for "caitiff"
- scamp, scapegrace, wicked-souled, harden, poltroon