Rogue and Scoundrel

Rogue

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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

Scoundrel is a synonym for rogue in bum topic. In some cases you can use "Scoundrel" instead a noun "Rogue", when it comes to topics like corrupt, beast, wretch, trouble-maker. popular alternative
Nearby Words: roguish, roguery
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Scoundrel

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Scoundrel noun – A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: some scoundrel stole my wallet

Rogue is a synonym for scoundrel in bum topic. You can use "Rogue" instead a noun "Scoundrel", if it concerns topics such as corrupt, beast, wretch, trouble-maker. popular alternative
Nearby Word: scoundrelly
Synonyms for Scoundrel

How words are described

good good rogue good scoundrel
cowardly cowardly rogue cowardly scoundrel
selfish selfish rogue selfish scoundrel
little little rogue little scoundrel
Other adjectives: charming, heroic, murderous, adventurous, manipulative.

Both words in one sentence

  • Character actor Terry-Thomas almost always played a "Lord", "Sir" or high-ranking military officer who was also a rogue and scoundrel.
  • The Gentleman or the Scoundrel There's a minor one with Bobby/Rogue/Pyro, with Bobby as the gentleman and Pyro as the scoundrel.
  • Chaotic Good Varric is a snarky rogue whose base of operations is a scoundrel-laden bar and who lies constantly.
    Source: Chaotic Good
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