renegade[ ren-i-geyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF renegade
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RENEGADE
I told him to kill you, you lying, renegade Injun—and if he couldn't, I can!
But he had seen some renegade priests and had despised them.
"One does not hinder the other," said the renegade, dissembling.
"I have saved you from his infernal machinations;" said the renegade.
But for thee, proud man, I might have been a hero, and for thee I am a traitor and a renegade.
Had it not been for the quick action of the renegade all might have been lost.
It turned out that the girl was the man's daughter, and he was a renegade from Ceuta.
For a spell she stood there with horror and loathing of that renegade corsair in her soul.
Look at those renegade 296 Mexicans, every man armed by you with a rifle and a revolver!
In Ireland his life was forfeit, Great Britain counted him renegade and traitor.