scab (n.)
scurvy fellow, scoundrel, villain
2H4 III.ii.268[Falstaff to Wart] th' art a good scab [also: pun on his name]
TC II.i.28[Thersites to Ajax] I would make thee the loathsomest scab in Greece [also: sore]
TN II.v.74[Sir Toby Malvolio] Out, scab!
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