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Things scoundrel often describes (“scoundrel ________”)
genius, life, time, province, species, population, heathen, world, burden, indirections, spaniard, monarch, character, informers, courage, bishop, father, player, doctors, fashion, blockhead, trap, melmotte, hunters, verse, hero

Descriptive words:
old, young, such, damned, great, infernal, little, impudent, greatest, infamous, dirty, black, unmitigated, clever, unprincipled, worthless, thorough, low, miserable, cowardly, greater, drunken, insolent, notorious, hearted, heartless, consummate, unscrupulous, contemptible, lazy, biggest, treacherous, worst, cunning, complete, ungrateful, vile, utter, big, looking, pitiful, mean, blooded, hypocritical, faced, plausible, perfect, wicked, precious, handsome, finished, damn, rotten, abominable, arrant, shameless, impertinent, selfish, cruel, paced, stupid, charming, filthy, dyed, wretched, awful, bloody, murderous, unspeakable, despicable, lucky, ugly, thoroughgoing, accomplished, bigger, audacious, atrocious, dissolute, downright, class, eyed, idle, supreme, louping, abusive, dangerous, mercenary, uncivil

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Book See scoundrel used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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