Devil and Rogue


Devil noun - An appealingly mischievous person.
Usage example: why, you little devil!

Rogue is a synonym for devil in good topic. In some cases you can use "Rogue" instead the word "Devil" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like rascal, brute, scamp, demon. popular alternative


Rogue noun - A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: a rogue who had nothing but contempt for people who made their living honestly

Devil is a synonym for rogue in good topic. You can use "Devil" instead the word "Rogue" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as scoundrel, scamp, swindles. popular alternative

Nearby Words: roguish, roguery

How words are described

old old devil old rogue
good good devil good rogue
female female devil female rogue
standard standard devil standard rogue
Other adjectives: original, single, poor, entire, real, male, former, classic, above, resident, aforementioned, unrepentant, eponymous, manipulative, aka.

Both words in one sentence

  • From Good Omens: "Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me..." Unfortunately for rogue demon Crowley, it's more likely than you think.
    Source: Mocking Music
  • The Leader aka: Leader Ciro in Project 0 is a headstrong leader for the Saboteurs, with a devil may care lovable rogue attitude.
  • The Devil of Caroc: A rogue ex-serial killer that went on a rampage for revenge after her village got razed to the ground.
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Rogue or Devil. 2016. Accessed June 08, 2023.
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