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He played Acres and Scaramouch to full houses, the receipts on the first night being 84l., and on the second 87l.Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi|Joseph Grimaldi
Scaramouch, skar′a-mowch, n. a buffoon: a bragging, cowardly fellow.
There was also a very good harlequin, and as good a scaramouch.The Memoirs of the Louis XIV. and The Regency, Complete|Elizabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans
The third artist that I looked over was Fantasque, dressed like a Venetian scaramouch.Essays and Tales|Joseph Addison
The great foreign chemist, Professor Scaramouch, has the credit of the discovery.Loss and Gain|John Henry Newman