Examples of scoundrel in a Sentence
some scoundrel stole my wallet
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Known around the streets of Agrabah as a scoundrel and a thief, the poor but warm-hearted Aladdin impersonates a prince in order to win the heart of the beautiful Princess Jasmine.
Han Solo, future hero but current smuggler and general scoundrel, meets his future co-pilot and friend -- the wookie Chewbacca -- and encounters the notorious gambler and also future hero Lando Calrissian.
The book focused on the brighter and lesser lights of San Francisco, its heroes and its scoundrels.
However, a few of the worst scoundrels, including Mr. Warner, managed to elude the U.S. dragnet despite the evidence amassed against him.
Why not the maverick wisecracking scoundrel who flew the fastest ship in the galaxy?
But there is a small subset of the electorate that sees Trump as a scoundrel, but doesn’t mind, so long as the economy is growing, and Congress appears to be doing things.
Solo is about the events that shaped him into a smuggling scoundrel.
To Heidl, the bankers and politicians are the real scoundrels, scurvy in their double-dealing and greed.
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SCOUNDREL Defined for English Language Learners
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: a person (especially a man) who is cruel or dishonest
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