[ US /ˈɹɛnəˌɡeɪd/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛnəɡˌe‍ɪd/ ]
  1. a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc.
  2. someone who rebels and becomes an outlaw
  1. having deserted a cause or principle
    some provinces had proved recreant
    renegade supporters of the usurper
  1. break with established customs
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How To Use renegade In A Sentence

  • We need our renegade cowboy president out of office
  • It seems pointlessly dense with renegade and overlapping wood slats, all cracked and sullied.
  • Troopergate was about a dangerous renegade brother-in-law; Walt Monegan was "insubordinate;" Charlie Gibson's interview was full of "gotcha" questions; Katie Couric was just mean and condescending; the shouts of "kill him" and "terrorist" at her rallies were the fault of Bill Ayers; Wardrobegate was the fault of the McCain Campaign; losing the election wasn't her fault, it was George W. Bush and the economy. Shannyn Moore: Gobble Gobblegate
  • Is there a huge problem with renegade owners unlawfully springing their offending dogs from the doggy jail?
  • The studio rep I dealt with got kind of huffy at those renegades who didn't drink the Kool Aid. Archive 2007-11-01
  • For instance the front bodywork of the Renegade model has been completely restyled to differentiate it from the Limited.
  • Most likely, the leadership is using this initiative to wage war against their own renegade, polygamist brethren.
  • The subplots evolve around the fates of several individual soldiers of the Macht and a few other side characters: the young conscripts Gasca and Rictus of Isca, centurion Jason of Ferai, Vorus – the renegade general of the Assurian Empire, and Tyrin, the lowborn Kufr concubine of the upstart prince. Paul Kearney - The Ten Thousand (Book Review)
  • Engle makes Sherry adorably effective as an effable, devoted (brings his lunch to work) wife who deals reasonably well with that pesky little transgression and is funny as hell when she learns while drunk that Joe's old flame is married to the renegade preacher. James Scarborough: Bail Me Out, the Hudson Guild Theatre
  • Between there and the mainland were only a few scattered fishermen, renegades, loners and eccentrics.
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