Rogue and Wretch

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

Wretch is a synonym for rogue in scoundrel topic. In some cases you can use "Wretch" instead a noun "Rogue", when it comes to topics like knave. popular alternative
Nearby Words: roguish, roguery
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Wretch

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Wretch noun – A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: the clerk was an ungrateful wretch who stole money from his employer's cash register

Rogue is a synonym for wretch in scoundrel topic. You can use "Rogue" instead a noun "Wretch", if it concerns topics such as derelict, knave. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wretched, wretchedly
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How words are described

old old rogue old wretch
female female rogue female wretch
poor poor rogue poor wretch
amoral amoral rogue amoral wretch
Other adjectives: pathetic, drunken.
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