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Knave in a sentence

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Sentence count:23+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-25Updated:2017-02-25
Synonym: rascalroguescoundrelvillainSimilar words: navelon averageknacknavalnicknameknapsacknavigateknick-knackMeaning: [neɪv] n. 1. a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel 2. one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a young prince. 
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1. A crafty knave needs no broker. 
2. Once a knave, ever a knave. 
3. Better be a fool than a knave.
4. Then you could catch your knave speedily and keep hold of him.
5. But,(Sentence dictionary) did the Knave steal the tarts?
6. A Knave is usually a person who gets into trouble.
7. A primrose doublet, fortune's knave, smiled on my fear.
8. He is a knave in grain.
9. What a pestilent knave is this same!
10. Once a knave, always a knave.
11. He has shown himself a very knave.
12. We should set him down as neither a knave nor a fool.
13. Sirrah ! I tell you, you're a knave, To cry up razors that can't shave.
14. The Knave shook his head sadly.'Do I look like it?'he said.
15. He hid a knave of hearts in his pocket.
16. We set him down as either a knave or a fool.
17. It is that knave who answers in my heart.
18. Early master, long knave.
19. He was an angel on the surface, but at heart a knave.
20. The honest man take pain, and then enjoy pleasure ; the knave take pleasure, and then suffer pain.
21. Back in his home town of Vitebsk by 1914 , Chagall joined the Knave of Diamond group.
22. Reports are often false, and always false when made by a knave to cloak his knavery.
23. You look a fool at the best, and a knave at worst.
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