Etymology
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roguery (n.)

1590s, "behavior or practices characteristic of rogues; the life of a vagrant," from rogue (n.) + -ery. From 1610s as "knavish tricks, dishonest practices, rascally acts."

updated on September 12, 2021

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Definitions of roguery from WordNet

roguery (n.)
reckless or malicious behavior that causes discomfort or annoyance in others;
Synonyms: mischief / mischief-making / mischievousness / deviltry / devilry / devilment / rascality / roguishness / shenanigan
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