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Spell check of rascal

Correct spelling: rascal

Synonyms:
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.

Antonyms:
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.

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