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“Alas, poor caitiff! …
I never knew a woman love man so.”  – Othello

caitiff – a contemptible or cowardly person; a wretch

Use in a sentence:  Like was so difficult on the Plains that good, hard-working men and women turned into caitiffs that broke the law just to survive.

Seriously, I have got to start using these words in every day conversation.

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