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miscreant
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Great Expectations
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  • Still my position was a distinguished one, and I was not at all dissatisfied with it, until Fate threw me in the way of that unlimited miscreant, Trabb’s boy.
  • (To the boy, and with a dreadfully severe stare; foreseeing the danger of that miscreant’s brushing me with it, or making some other sign of familiarity.

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  • a teacher always on the lookout for miscreants
  • we must attack now, before yonder miscreants are strengthened by their friends.
    C.S. Lewis  --  The Last Battle

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