knave : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
- n one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a young prince
- Her foil, the unapologetic knave Valmont (the splendid baritone Thomas Hampson), is a cynical womanizer who makes the fatal mistake of falling in love with one of his victims .
- And when you include it in a health-care reform whose major objective is to bend the cost curve downward, you have to be a fool or a knave to deny that it's intended to gently .
- A person in our country who favors Russia and its ideology must be either a knave or a fool, and the Communists themselves must have their dupes and stooges as well as their .
News & Articles
- Comic-Con: Naveen Andrews Joining ABC’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Wonderland’ As Jafar
Anthony D’Alessandro contributes to Deadline’s Comic-Con coverage. UPDATED: Lost vet Naveen Andrews is boarding Once Upon A Time In Wonderland as the genie villain Jafar. That was the big news coming out of the ABC’s show’s panel today at Comic-Con. Andrews joined the Wonderland cast members Sophie Lowe (Alice), Michael Socha (Knave of Hearts), Emma Rigby (Red Queen) and Peter Gadiot (Cyrus ...
July 20, 2013 - Deadline Hollywood
- Jerrold Nadler in San Diego Union Tribune
The president "may have deliberately deceived the United States to get us into a war," Jerrold Nadler, DN.Y., said. "Was the president of the United States a fool or a knave?"
- Harry Kewell in Bloomberg
June 8 (Bloomberg) -- Gary Lineker, the former England soccer captain, portrayed Liverpool Football Club player Harry Kewell as "a fool and a knave" in a 2003 article for the Sunday Telegraph, lawyers for Kewell told a London Court today.
- BR Ambedkar in DAWN.com
As he moved the provision in the constituent assembly on June 15, 1949, Dr BR Ambedkar said "it has given me a great deal of headache" for it cannot prevent the appointment as chief election commissioner of "either a fool or a knave or a...