Examples of rascal in a Sentence
Which one of you rascals woke me up?
some cold-blooded rascal had set the barn afire, killing all of the horses
Recent Examples of rascal from the Web
For someone who came up as a restaurant rascal, Mr. Bourdain had a strong moral impulse, which showed in his reflections on the #MeToo movement and the failings of his own industry.
Scorpios are pretty much the rascals of the zodiac, known for being true friends albeit a little stubborn at times.
Anne and George Boleyn There are echoes of Anne Boleyn and her brother George in those lovable rascals Cersei and Jaime Lannister.
People treated Cincinnati under Huggins like the Raiders of college basketball, rebels, rogues, and rascals.
Seg-El grows up to be a twenty-something British actor who will one day be the grandfather of Superman but right now appears to be a...bland rascal?
Putin, that rascal, has spent years parking six harmless-looking communications satellites along the same orbital plane.
Come and find out what these rascals are plotting... [?] Feb. 8 - Mar. 3[?] [?] Russell J. Young . .
The best thing about The Great Christmas Party Snub Of 2017 is that, FINALLY, people are starting to see that rascal Vahe’s true colors.
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Origin and Etymology of rascal
baddie (or baddy), beast, brute, devil, evildoer, fiend, heavy, hound, knave, meanie (also meany), miscreant, monster, nazi, no-good, rapscallion, reprobate, rogue, savage, scalawag (or scallywag), scamp, scoundrel, varlet, villain, wretch;
RASCAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rascal for English Language Learners
: a person and especially a young person who causes trouble or does things that annoy people
: a cruel or dishonest man
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