knave[ neyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF knave
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNAVE
He threw the helmet with a clatter on to the table as if it had been the knave's canting head.
He has gone; and, knave as he is, I can hardly help exclaiming, "Luck go with him!"
Here is a knave of a friar calleth me a mad priest, and yet I smite him not.
Is it true that you are persecuted by this knave's addresses?'
But I always have a little distrust for the foolishness of a person who has once been a knave.
The persecution of which they complained was the persecution of the honest man by the knave.
Come, knave, find me a way, or I'll have you broken on the wheel.
"Take this knave and lock him in his chamber," he bade a couple of his bravi.
"It is my wish that counts, you knave," I thundered and advanced upon him.
It was not necessary, you knave, to bring me hither to tell me so much.