Definition of Scoundrel
a dishonest or bad person deceiving others
Use Scoundrel in a sentence
He is quite a scoundrel , so you have to be very careful in your dealings with him.
There’s no disguising the fact that she is a scoundrel.
John Edwards is a scoundrel and a liar, but he’s not a criminal.
Humphries knew that you had to count your fingers after shaking hands with the old scoundrel.
Personally, I think he’s filthy, rude, and a scoundrel. I don’t like him one bit.
Have you been corrupted by love for that scoundrel Dirk, who has coaxed you into doing these base things?
Shakespeare shows Richard as a power-hungry, Machiavellian scoundrel who murders anyone who stands in the way of his ascent to power.
Even though hunting is forbidden, some scoundrel is out shooting.
He has a bad reputation of being a scoundrel.
For some, Ramsey is a shining knight; for others he is a scoundrel and a traitor who bit the hand that fed him.