Rogues [noun]

Definition of Rogues:

person who deceives, swindles

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Sentence/Example of Rogues:

And now, fair sir, I must hasten back to see how my rogues have fared with the brawn.

Her picture, of course, is already in the Rogues' Gallery, but they will take another.

See to the broadcloth and velvet that the rogues bear upon their backs!

They are not all rogues on Wall Street, in spite of what the papers say.

I thought you were a set of rogues, and now I can prove it.'

I warrant they have arranged it all snugly over their beer—snugly, snugly, the rogues!'

Suffice it that I have helped to lessen Kirk's horse by four of his rogues.

These rogues can stir their limbs when they find that there is a man to command them.'

D--n the rogues; I thought at one time they had me in a category!

The worst was that they got on very well together, the rogues.