- n the trait of indulging in disreputable pranks
- n reckless or malicious behavior that causes discomfort or annoyance in others
- All in all, their performance was good enough to make it clear that Shakespeare, when played at all, ought to be played in modern clothes and that a little less roguishness and .
- Kirst's readers, who beyond any question of guilt or conscience enjoyed the appealing roguishness of Gunner Asch, may be disconcerted to discover that his creator considers Asch .
- His characters he treats with a superior irony which his devotees deeply admire, but in which others sometimes resent a rather rabbinical roguishness.
- James A Baker III in New York Times
George HW Bush's secretary of state James A. Baker spoke of Prince Bandar's extraordinary influence, along with his "aura of charming roguishness."
- Amy Pascal in New York Times
I think that he has a kind of intensity, and a sexuality, and a roguishness,Ms. Pascal said. "And he seems like he could be a spy."