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rogue

rogue

 
pronunciation:
rog
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: one who is dishonest or malicious; scoundrel.
That rogue would cheat even his best friend.Her fiancÚ turned out to be a rogue who cared only for her money.
synonyms:
blackguard, cheat, cur, fraud, knave, miscreant, rascal, scapegrace, scoundrel, swindler, villain
similar words:
wretch
definition 2: one who is mischievous or naughty; scamp or prankster.
He loved being a rogue, always playing tricks on people.
synonyms:
prankster, rascal, scamp, trickster
similar words:
devil
definition 3: a vicious animal that has been isolated from the herd, esp. a solitary elephant of that disposition.
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: rogued, rogues, roguing
definition: to live or behave like a rogue.
similar words:
cheat, lie, steal, swindle
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition 1: to cheat or defraud.
synonyms:
cheat, dupe, fool, hoax, swindle, trick
similar words:
con, defraud, fleece, gull, gyp, rook
definition 2: to uproot or destroy (undesirable plant specimens).
similar words:
clear, uproot
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