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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrenegaderen‧e‧gade /ˈrenəɡeɪd/ noun [countable] literary  BETRAYsomeone who leaves one side in a war, politics etc in order to join the opposing side – used to show disapproval a renegade army unit
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renegadeAntinori has a reputation as a renegade because of his many successful efforts to help post-menopausal women become pregnant.You talk of family and you mean one ruthless and callous renegade.But how I would have preferred disaster to my role as rejected conspirator and failed renegade.Alvin dressed in blue jeans, shirts and boots and looked like the renegade that he felt he was.
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