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Spell check of rascal

Correct spelling: rascal

malingerer, hob, trickster, pig, mendicant, elf, scoundrel, hypocrite, loafer, varlet, good, two-timer, page, ruffian, gyp, impostor, worm, heel, sneak, traitor, meanie, hellion, blackguard, miscreant, rowdy, criminal, charlatan, slob, prodigal, faker, phony, misdoer, flimflammer, tough, hound, beggar, imp, lecher, rakehell, scallywag, slicker, baddie, wastrel, beachcomber, fink, vagrant, nazi, gamin, grafter, profligate, hog, shyster, skunk, beast, rapscallion, scalawag, mischief, slattern, rake, fiend, dirty dog, rogue, double-dealer, wretch, urchin, pervert, jezebel, brute, defrauder, stool pigeon, bully, idler, scapegrace, quack, louse, bum, sharper, cheat, prankster, monkey, evildoer, gremlin, four-flusher, recreant, opportunist, mountebank, delinquent, degenerate, rat, felon, bad egg, jack, cutup, backslider, mischief-maker, caitiff, scamp, savage, swindler, cad, pixie, knave, malefactor, villain, renegade, reprobate, con man, swine, hooligan, heavy, fraud, monster, liar, con artist, pixy, no-good, gambler, good-for-nothing, brownie, black sheep, sinner, pretender, cardsharp.

cretin, angel, stinkard, cur, villain, heel, saint, stinker, creep, scoundrel, scapegrace, hero, reprobate, louse, lout, boor, beast, varlet, churl, snake, miscreant, skunk, innocent, joker, scalawag, knave, cad, clown.

Examples of usage:

1) We all know he's a rascal, but he's so powerful that we're afraid to say a word aloud when he's around. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) How this will be I can't say now, but they shan't want because a low- lived rascal has the upper hand for the time. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) I fear no one but that rascal, Joris Hyde. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.