1. flagitious (fluh-JISH-uhs)
adjective: Extremely wicked or criminal.
“Ten thousand curses on the head of that infamous villain and flagitious scoundrel.”
2. thewless (THYOO-lis)
2. Lacking energy.
“The devil, the heathen, the apostate will be awe-struck, thewless before our superior metal.”
3. flaneur (flah-NUHR)
noun: An idler or loafer; a man about town.
“In Dessaix’s delightful contribution to the genre, he turns himself into a modern-day literary flaneur — that is, one with a round-the-world air ticket.”
“The dandy, on the other hand, is a flâneur, a jaded, narcissistic observer well-suited to the 7280 cell phone, whose screen becomes a mirror when not in use.”
4. prima donna
noun: A self-important and temperamental person.
“I was told by one well-placed source that George had been a prima donna throughout his brief stay.”
5. cunctator (kungk-TAY-tuhr)
noun: One who hesitates; a procrastinator or delayer.
“No cunctator, James quickly provided his wife with the surefire ammunition to divorce him — adultery.”