rogue[ rohg ]SEE DEFINITION OF rogue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROGUE
There never was a rogue, who had not a salvo to himself for being so.
We were much provoked at the insult of playing the Rogue's March.
And all that's in it for me is this—the schoolmaster was a rogue that did not give me that verse in for my money.
Where has your conscience been these two months back, you villain and rogue?
There was not a rogue or a rascal inside its whole precincts.
Boisseuil replied that he should give him no satisfaction, and that he was a rogue.
The rogue was still digesting the Coupeaus when he already began to devour the Poissons.
He is seduced into the life of pleasure, and becomes a lawless person and a rogue.
I am a rogue, if I were not at half-sword with a dozen of them two hours together.
Be off, you rogue, or I'll raise the village and make short work of you.