rogue

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You might be confusing the word rogue with rouge. These words are commonly misused.

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Noun[change]

Singular
rogue

Plural
rogues

  1. A rogue is an unprincipled, unreliable, and deceitful person. They do not listen to authority and do not follow rules or laws.
  2. (role-playing games) A common class in role-playing games is the rogue, a class all about stealth and stealing.