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(1) "Come here, you little rogue!" chuckled my uncle.
(2) Mr Ward wasn't a rogue at all.
(3) The little rogue had his grandpa's glasses on.
(4) What's the old rogue done now, I wonder?
(5) A rogue wave swamped the boat.
(6) The rogue blew upon the scheme and so betrayed his partner to the police.
(7) He's a charming rogue.
(8) The hell yawns for that rogue.
(9) He's a bit of a rogue, but very charming.
(10) Don't get too matey with him he's a rogue.
(11) They defined him as a rogue.
(12) The women all think he's a loveable old rogue.
(13) The rogue blew on the scheme and so betrayed his partner to the police.
(14) The rogue swore against the young man, saying he was a thief.
(15) Officials are concerned about rogue regimes that may have nuclear weapons.
(16) A new breed of rogue had been born.
(17) The rogue took the car and registration documents.
(18) Proper little rogue and vagabond, was our Walter.
(19) This camp-follower, rogue turned soldier about to become beggar, has no right to speak in verse. Sentencedict.com
(20) After this, but before the car or rogue had been traced, the rogue sold the car to an innocent purchaser.
(21) Some are rogue states with which we may some day clash.
(22) Rogue troops are even suspected of participating in the car bombing at the Jakarta stock exchange in September that killed 15 people.
(23) In Newtons of Wembley v. Williams a rogue bought a car and persuaded the seller to accept a cheque.
(24) I took you for a bit of a rogue, but maybe you're just a fool.
(25) Computer systems throughout the country are being affected by a series of mysterious rogue programs, known as viruses.
(26) For one thing, intelligence does have some impact on foreign policy, for example, towards rogue states.
(27) Mr Milburn also proposed an early warning register to pick up the mistakes and bad practices of rogue doctors.
(28) Even one counterexample would give us a pretext to bring the rogue in for questioning.
(29) Residents of Albatross Way have been suffering sleepless nights, plagued by rogue drivers racing their cars behind Presto supermarket.
(30) When I first met him, he was a female rogue character.
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