Where writers compared Ali to an "unwashed punk" draft dodger, Lipsyte saw a renegade and comic genius.
The Russian president mocked American and European claims that he was conducting some sort of renegade power play in Crimea.
His book, renegade: The Making of a President, will be published by Crown in June.
To paraphrase the renegade philosopher Hannibal, I love it when science comes together.
But as the civil conflict has sharpened, both sides are employing the renegade sharpshooters.
There was a triumphant smile on the renegade's saturnine face.
It was not wise now, nor could he shoot even a renegade from ambush.
If he would return to his father's politics, then would she too become a renegade.
That man Holly used to get the credit of that sort of renegade work.
The look of the renegade was full of unholy triumph, and Henry knew that he was there for the special purpose of exultation.
1580s, "apostate," probably (with change of suffix) from Spanish renegado, originally "Christian turned Muslim," from Medieval Latin renegatus, noun use of past participle of renegare "deny" (see renege). General sense of "turncoat" is from 1660s. The form renegate, directly from Medieval Latin, is attested in English from late 14c. As an adjective from 1705.