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  • r  like a dishonest rogue
    he roguishly intended to keep the money
  • r  in a playfully roguish manner
    he winked at her roguishly

  • But the 22-year-old Albert, as roguishly independent in his personal life as he would be in his science, brushed off Mutti's agitated words and continued the romance.
  • President John Martin Thomas roguishly assured his Rutgers undergraduates gathered at a "pep meeting" on the football field that he would not carry his gold-headed cane to .
  • As a bon-voyage gift to Cole Porter before a 1935 sailing, Berlin roguishly parodied Porter's recent hit "You're the Top: "You're the burning heat Of a bridal suite In use, You .
News & Articles

  • Dana White's Nightmare: The 5 Worst Party Crashers for a UFC Event
    Move over, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson and your raft of roguishly charming hijinks . Because despite your propensity for party crashing, methinks you'd be VIP at the UFC.  Not so these other hardscrabble fellows. There's no charm in these guys. They are all rogue. At least that's the apparent position of UFC president Dana White . And he got upset recently when  Tito Ortiz took to Twitter to ...
    Oct. 4, 2013 - Bleacher Report
Quotes

  • Dorothy Parker in The Guardian
    As Dorothy Parker said: "She was a large, fair woman of the type that incites some men, when they use the word 'blonde', to click their tongues and wag their heads roguishly."

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