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miscreant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmiscreantmis‧cre‧ant /ˈmɪskriənt/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 formalBAD PERSON a bad person who causes trouble, hurts people etc
Examples from the Corpus
miscreantThe sibling miscreants were in the grasp of the relentless and merciless Jack Clarke.Are the miscreants aware that they are guilty of trespass and criminal damage?The Duke did all he could to track down the miscreants, using his great wealth to bribe informers.In spite of their best efforts, the miscreants returned fishless.And so the miscreants trooped back home to Bean Street, perhaps to bandage the wounds of their neighbourly dispute.
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