[ UK /ɹæpskˈæliən/ ]
- one who is playfully mischievous
- a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
How To Use rapscallion In A Sentence
- The rest of the population seems to be a hodgepodge of rapscallions who all speak different languages.
- A rogue Russian rapscallion uses random acts of terror to advance his cause, which is never fully explained.
- Not if the little rapscallion sees...' Hooch tipped his head, morosely, towards the approaching police vehicle. BEHINDLINGS
- You don't have to read this, you rapscallions, and you can always try writing rude words in the comments section if you want to.
- Young rapscallions would throw them at people's feet.
- I decided that I would give the rapscallion a severe lashing as recompense for his untimely calling.
- The vicarious thrill of teaching the reprobate or rapscallion a thing or two fueled anew the public love affair with the deadly detective, best exampled by S.W.A.T.
- This is Nelson turning his alakazam wordplay skills, fetching singing, and rapscallion rocking into straight-ahead songwriter territory, long overdue. Three Imaginary Girls - Seattle's sparkly indie-pop press
- These rapscallions were more likely to flee than fight if confronted by the crew.