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[ras-kuh l] /ˈræs kəl/ noun 1. a base, dishonest, or unscrupulous person. 2. a mischievous person or animal: That child is a real rascal. /ˈrɑːskəl/ noun 1. a disreputable person; villain 2. a mischievous or impish rogue 3. an affectionate or mildly reproving term for a child or old man: you little rascal, the wicked […]
[ra-skal-i-tee] /ræˈskæl ɪ ti/ noun, plural rascalities. 1. or knavish character or conduct. 2. a act. /rɑːˈskælɪtɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. mischievous, disreputable, or dishonest character, behaviour, or action n. “low and vulgar people collectively,” 1570s; “character of a rascal,” 1590s, from rascal + -ity.
[ras-kuh-lee] /ˈræs kə li/ adjective 1. being, characteristic of, or befitting a . adverb 2. in a rascally manner. /ˈrɑːskəlɪ/ adjective 1. dishonest or mean; base 2. (archaic) (esp of places) wretchedly unpleasant; miserable adverb 3. in a dishonest or mean fashion adj. “low, mean, unprincipled,” from rascal + -ly (1).
[ra-skas] /ræˈskæs/ noun 1. any of several scorpionfishes, as Scorpaena scrofa or S. porcus, of the Mediterranean Sea, used in making bouillabaisse.