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roguish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroguishrogu‧ish /ˈrəʊɡɪʃ $ ˈroʊ-/ adjective  BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSsomeone with a roguish expression or smile looks amused, especially because they have done something slightly dishonest or wrongroguishly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
roguishCorbett had always liked Prince Edward; he had a roguish air, coupled with an almost childlike innocence.Perhaps I was showing too many teeth which could make me appear roguish and untrustworthy.She has the roguish attractiveness of a kitten and has known for weeks that the Captain looks at her.In the golden days of cinema, feuds often erupted between roguish directors and powerful studio heads.I treasure a bulging mental file of his roguish observations on fellow critics and luminaries in the music trade.
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