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Draw"can*sir (?), n. [From the name of
a bullying braggart character in the play by George Villiers called
"The Rehearsal."] A blustering, bullying fellow; a pot-valiant
braggart; a bully.
The leader was of an ugly look and gigantic stature;
he acted like a drawcansir, sparing neither friend nor
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
Drawcansir, a blustering, bullying boaster in Buckingham's play the
"Rehearsal"; he kills every one of the combatants, "sparing neither
friend nor foe."
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