Cheat and Rogue


Cheat noun - A dishonest person who uses clever means to cheat others out of something of value.
Usage example: a cheat at cards

Rogue is a synonym for cheat in scoundrel topic. In some cases you can use "Rogue" instead the word "Cheat" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like swindler, deceiver, cheater, person who fools others.

Nearby Words: cheating, cheated, cheater


Rogue noun - A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.

Cheat is a synonym for rogue in scoundrel topic. You can use "Cheat" instead the word "Rogue" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as cheater, swindles.

Nearby Words: roguish, roguery

How words are described

human human cheat human rogue
good good cheat good rogue
original original cheat original rogue
little little cheat little rogue
Other adjectives: former, classic, eponymous.

Both words in one sentence

  • Cool Starship The Rogue Squadron series of games combines this trope with Cool Car by providing a cheat that lets you pilot a Buick. Really.
    Source: Cool Starship
  • The original Star Wars Rogue Squadron game for Nintendo 64 has a cheat you can enter to replay all the game's cutscenes in order.
    Source: Replay Mode
  • The "Bizarre Love Triangle" arc involves her efforts to seduce Gambit by such a method - first by inventing the false identity of "Foxx" and, when that fails, taking Rogue's form instead - specifically in order to get him to cheat on Rogue and thus prove to Rogue that he isn't good enough for her.
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