With a roguish smile, Palin responded, “That sounds like Steve Schmidt!”
Even more emphatically, Urquhart—with a roguish smile—turns her picture facedown on his desk.
Successfully navigating a personal and professional relationship with the roguish Bond has prepared her for anything.
The overall effect was that hirstute Harry looked more dashing and roguish than ever.
For Andrew was once Harry, the roguish younger brother who could do no wrong, but it's a very different story today.
But Maida made up her mind that she was going to learn sometime, even, as she said with a roguish smile, if it took a leg.
“Jim Larkins,” corrected Brick, with a roguish look at Hamp.
Brass, the roguish confederate of Dick Amlet, and acting as his servant.
It is an admirable study of expression, of piquant, roguish smiles.
I see the roguish face of my baby brother, whose perfect beauty was long since hid under the coffin lid.