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  • s  playful in an appealingly bold way
    a roguish grin
  • s  lacking principles or scruples
    the captain was set adrift by his roguish crew

  • Wearing a black leather jacket, his trademark blue-tinted shades and a roguish smile, he glided around the table, shaking hands and kissing cheeks.
  • The ultimate, original sweeping historical romance, it follows high-spirited Scarlett O'Hara, roguish Rhett Butler and romantic, infinitely good-looking Ashley Wilkes as the world .
  • But adults, especially those who grew up on Broadway melodies, love the South Park movie score for its fond, roguish evocations of songs from Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof and Les .

  • Leonard Maltin in Forbes
    Newton's performance is probably the closest antecedent to Jack Sparrow because he's colorful, unpredictable, roguish and scurrilous but somehow likable,Maltin said.
  • Cheech Marin in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    He was very roguish,Marin says of Johnson. "I couldn't resist. ...... He had a speedboat."
  • Sandra Nori in Ninemsn
    NSW Tourism Minister Sandra Nori, on hand to farewell the cast, said Priscilla would expose the US to Australia's "incredibly tolerant, diverse, iconoclastic, cheeky, devilish, roguish culture".

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