One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He laughs, the old roguishness oozing back into his expression.’
- ‘He doesn't fall back on his roguishness; nor does he strain for charm, relying instead on the pulse of the words.’
- ‘I meant to convey not just his charismatic drawl but also his character - unsentimental, tough to the point of roguishness with a concealed heart of gold.’
- ‘His golden hair is left unkempt, giving his careless elegance a roguishness that really becomes him.’
- ‘It also captures the spirit of both the old pirate movies, imparting a sense of heroism and roguishness within the player.’
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