scoundrelly

ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking principles or scruples
    the tyranny of a scoundrelly aristocracy
    the rascally rabble
    the captain was set adrift by his roguish crew
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How To Use scoundrelly In A Sentence

  • I confess, sir, " he said, "that you talk like a scoundrelly socialist.
  • Therewithal she rightly apprehends the danger Bertram is in from the wordy, cozening squirt, the bedizened, scoundrelly dandiprat, who has so beguiled his youth and ignorance. Shakespeare His Life Art And Characters
  • The man whom you call a blackguard -- I don't know why, for _he_ had not been destroying any defenceless person's property -- had had a scoundrelly trick played him, and I and some other fellows got up a subscription for him, as anyone with a spark of gentlemanly feeling would be inclined to do. Dr. Jolliffe's Boys
  • the tyranny of a scoundrelly aristocracy
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