Roguery In A Sentence

Definition of Roguery

malicious or reckless behaviour | mischievous behaviour

How To Use Roguery In A Sentence?

  • He has roguery enough to pass for a knave, and absurdities sufficient to confirm him a fool.
  • Aristide held up a protesting hand, and fixed the bear with the irresistible roguery of his eyes.
  • There was no lack of rogues in the colonies, but their roguery did not take the outlet of highway robbery.
  • Now any one can see that a man who practised so cunning a roguery was greedy beyond the intentions of Providence.
  • Lawing with Pitcairn and dealing with all manner of roguery and villainy on the burn-side have taught me many things.
  • At that Mrs. Herman Loeb raised her streaming face, her eyes all rid of their roguery and stretched in despair.
  • But, in general, houses that have acquired this character, have been more indebted for it, to the roguery of living men, than to accidents like these.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Roguery | Roguery Sentence

  • They turned their arithmetic into roguery and their literature into lust.
  • That there was something more than mere roguery afoot he had ample proof.
  • It was every day for four weeks that this system of roguery was carried out.
  • Then, "I think I will," she concluded, with sudden roguery in her smile.
  • There was no doubt that his handsome roguery had caught the woman's fancy.

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