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roguery

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Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊɡ(ə)ri
 
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Definition of roguery in English:

noun (plural rogueries)

[mass noun]
Conduct characteristic of a rogue, especially acts of dishonesty or playful mischief: there has always been roguery associated with horse dealing
More example sentences
  • This of course smacks of last minute pre-election roguery.
  • These occasions afforded such scope for roguery that their popularity was gradually reduced.
  • Any compromise with this scourge of majoritarian roguery, or any delay in quashing and quelling it out of existence, would only destroy democracy.

Words that rhyme with roguery

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