Thesaurus / scapegrace
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A fascinating trait of his character is the dash of scapegrace with which it is seasoned.
This made a good impression; evidently the scapegrace had taken thought, and turned aside from his evil ways.
MOTHWISEKNUT HAMSUN
Of a scapegrace it is said he is past grace like a limeburner's brogue (shoe).
Yes they can, aunt, if she married a man whom she knew to be a scapegrace because he was very rich and an earl.
CAN YOU FORGIVE HER?ANTHONY TROLLOPE
Sir George in a corner is buttonholing Frederic and saddening him with last accounts of the Scapegrace.
APRIL'S LADYMARGARET WOLFE HUNGERFORD
Billy McKay, the scapegrace, is safe and Stanley has time to think over the situation.
STARLIGHT RANCHCHARLES KING
A respectable nobleman died, leaving a scapegrace son to inherit his title, estates, and wealth.
AN OLD ENGLISH HOMES. BARING-GOULD
She is a lady of marked beauty, and has, if I mistake not, a feeling for my scapegrace Will.
THE ADMIRALDOUGLAS SLADEN
The time had come to try and turn to account any scapegrace whom one had in one's family.
He might have left the scapegrace to drag himself out of the mud he had got into.

WORDS RELATED TO SCAPEGRACE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.