Top Definition
A term derived from shakespearean name "falstaff", who is generally identified as a drunkard and a coxcomb. Can be used as an insult if you are among friends who have read the Henriad.
You're such a coxcomb, they should call you Sir John Failstaff.
by Sir Thomas Derpingham III April 11, 2011
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