Crook and Rogue


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Crook noun – A person who has committed a crime.
Rogue is a synonym for crook in criminal topic. In some cases you can use "Rogue" instead the word "Crook" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like scoundrel, swindler, fraud, con artist. popular alternative
Nearby Words: crooked, crooking
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Rogue noun – A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: a rogue who had nothing but contempt for people who made their living honestly

Crook is a synonym for rogue in scoundrel topic. You can use "Crook" instead the word "Rogue" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as swindler, fraud, rat, con artist. informal substitute
Nearby Words: roguish, roguery
Synonyms for Rogue

How words are described

fellow fellow crook fellow rogue
old old crook old rogue
female female crook female rogue
ordinary ordinary crook ordinary rogue
Other adjectives: smart, selfish, real, little, amoral, former, hapless, murderous, costumed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Embarrassing Tattoo Ex- Tattooed Crook, now local Lovable Rogue Gaius from Fire Emblem Awakening has what's all but stated to be a tattoo acquired in prison.
  • Compare and contrast the Privateer, who was essentially paid by his nation to become a pirate against another nation's shipping, the Rogue Agent, and the Boxed Crook.
  • Snake Oil Salesman Usually he only appeared in the opening sequence to scam a few bucks out of the bar patrons or staff (usually, Sam was the only one who didn't fall for it) but the one episode where he played a central role, he was a Lovable Rogue type, helping Sam and the others outwit an even bigger crook.
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