Renegades [noun]

Definition of Renegades:

person who is rebellious

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Sentence/Example of Renegades:

He reined in his horse, dismounted, and walked into the camp of the renegades.

I brand them for renegades, because most of them have been sailors in their time.

With him now were the renegades Blackstaffe and Wyatt, and they, too, urged on the chase.

When Henry looked at the renegades the desire to laugh was strong again.

Then food was brought and Red Eagle, his warriors and the renegades ate.

But the paddlers were weary, and the chiefs and renegades, too, drooped somewhat.

But in the sort of backwoodsman he had been there was such stuff as renegades were made of.

It's not the renegades, because they would not leave the Indians.

The cannon that them Injuns an' renegades had hez been sunk.

Timmendiquas stood not far away, and in a group, as usual, were the renegades.