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- He is a rogue, said Mr. Liar.Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (93% in)
- Mary looked up with some roguishness at Fred, and that look of hers was very dear to him, though the eyes were nothing more than clear windows where observation sat laughingly.Book 2 — Old and Young (15% in)
- Then there was nobody but me for Sir James to talk to," said Celia, with a certain roguishness in her eyes.Book 3 — Waiting for Death (54% in)
- ...retrogressive in the most evil sense of the word—we should say, he is one who would dub himself a reformer of our constitution, while every interest for which he is immediately responsible is going to decay: a philanthropist who cannot bear one rogue to be hanged, but does not mind five honest tenants being half-starved: a man who shrieks at corruption, and keeps his farms at rack-rent: who roars himself red at rotten boroughs, and does not mind if every field on his farms has a rotten...Book 4 — Three Love Problems (57% in)
- I don't own you any more than if I saw a crow; and if you want to own me you'll get nothing by it but a character for being what you are—a spiteful, brassy, bullying rogue."Book 4 — Three Love Problems (88% in)
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