Eddie Haskell Santorum is supposed to get the evangelical vote what with his Christian-right backing, not the scalawag Newt.
To hear that scalawag Prendergast talk, he's been Hugh Stires' good angel—the oily hypocrite!
And when did I ever talk to you about the quality, you scalawag?
"You were mighty good to take so much interest in such a scalawag," he answered warmly.
You are a fraud—a vile Latin—a vicious French-hearted scalawag.
scalawag was the circus pony that Neales uncle had given to Tess and Dot.
The scalawag, being a renegade, was scorned more than a carpet-bagger.
T' be drove out on the ice o' scalawag Run by the guess-work o' fear an' fancy is a folly.
With scalawag, the calico pony, came Louise Quigg and her father.
If you are crossing to scalawag Harbor to-night, I should be glad if you would take this telegram with you.
also scallawag, "disreputable fellow," 1848, American English, originally in trade union jargon, of uncertain origin; perhaps an alteration (by influence of wag "habitual joker") of Scottish scallag "farm servant, rustic," itself an alteration of Scalloway, one of the Shetland Islands, wit the reference being to little Shetland ponies (An early recorded sense of scalawag was "undersized or worthless animal," 1854). In U.S. history, used from 1862 as a derogatory term for anti-Confederate native white Southerners.