Definition of roguish in English:

roguish

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Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊgɪʃ
 
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adjective

Derivatives

roguishly

adverb
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  • ‘I'm so relieved to be back here… I was worried for a bit,’ Asriya admitted, leaning against the balcony and turning to face the Prince, who smiled roguishly.
  • Though she addressed the Englishman, her eyes were trained on Theroux, who winked roguishly at her.
  • Pouting in good humor, Griffith reasoned roguishly, ‘Well, you can't blame me for trying, now can you?’

roguishness

noun
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  • I meant to convey not just his charismatic drawl but also his character - unsentimental, tough to the point of roguishness with a concealed heart of gold.
  • He doesn't fall back on his roguishness; nor does he strain for charm, relying instead on the pulse of the words.
  • He laughs, the old roguishness oozing back into his expression.

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