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Scamp vs. Rogue

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Scampnoun

A rascal, swindler, or rogue; a ne'er-do-well.

Roguenoun

A scoundrel, rascal or unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person.

Scampnoun

A mischievous person, especially a playful, impish youngster.

‘My nephew is a little scamp who likes to leave lighted firecrackers under the lawnchairs of his dozing elders.’; ‘While walking home from the bar, he was set upon by a bunch of scamps who stole his hat.’;

Roguenoun

A mischievous scamp.

Scampverb

(dated) To skimp; to do something in a skimpy or slipshod fashion.

Roguenoun

A vagrant.

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Scampnoun

A rascal; a swindler; a rogue.

Roguenoun

(computing) Deceitful software pretending to be anti-spyware, but in fact being malicious software itself.

Scampverb

To perform in a hasty, neglectful, or imperfect manner; to do superficially.

‘A workman is said to scamp his work when he does it in a superficial, dishonest manner.’; ‘Much of the scamping and dawdling complained of is that of men in establishments of good repute.’;

Roguenoun

An aggressive animal separate from the herd, especially an elephant.

Scampnoun

one who is playfully mischievous

Roguenoun

A plant that shows some undesirable variation.

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Scampverb

perform hastily and carelessly

Roguenoun

(role-playing games) A character class focusing on stealthy conduct.

Rogueadjective

(of an animal, especially an elephant) Vicious and solitary.

Rogueadjective

(by extension) Large, destructive and unpredictable.

Rogueadjective

(by extension) Deceitful, unprincipled.

Rogueadjective

Mischievous, unpredictable.

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Rogueverb

(horticulture) To cull; to destroy plants not meeting a required standard, especially when saving seed, rogue or unwanted plants are removed before pollination.

Rogueverb

To cheat.

Rogueverb

(obsolete) To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry.

Rogueverb

To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks.

Roguenoun

A vagrant; an idle, sturdy beggar; a vagabond; a tramp.

Roguenoun

A deliberately dishonest person; a knave; a cheat.

‘The rogue and fool by fits is fair and wise.’;

Roguenoun

One who is pleasantly mischievous or frolicsome; hence, often used as a term of endearment.

‘Ah, you sweet little rogue, you!’;

Roguenoun

An elephant that has separated from a herd and roams about alone, in which state it is very savage.

Roguenoun

A worthless plant occuring among seedlings of some choice variety.

Rogueverb

To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks.

Rogueverb

To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry.

Rogueverb

To destroy (plants that do not come up to a required standard).

Roguenoun

a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel

Roguenoun

a dishonest or unprincipled man

‘you are a rogue and an embezzler’;

Roguenoun

a person whose behaviour one disapproves of but who is nonetheless likeable or attractive

‘Cenzo, you old rogue!’;

Roguenoun

an elephant or other large wild animal living apart from the herd and having savage or destructive tendencies

‘a rogue elephant’;

Roguenoun

a person or thing that behaves in an aberrant or unpredictable way, typically with damaging or dangerous effects

‘a rogue cop who took the law into his own hands’; ‘he hacked into data and ran rogue programs’;

Roguenoun

a seedling or plant deviating from the standard variety.

Rogueverb

remove inferior or defective plants or seedlings from (a crop)

‘the sowing has to be rogued to remove aberrant seedlings’;

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