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POLTROON PRONUNCIATION: (pol-TROON) MEANING: noun: An utter coward. ETYMOLOGY: From French poltron (coward), from Italian poltrone (lazy person), from Latin pullus (young animal). Ultimately from the Indo-European root pau- (few, little), whic
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