Words nearby renegade
How to use renegade in a sentence
GameStop shocked the world with its sudden stock price surge earlier this year, buoyed by a band of renegade Redditors turned amateur day traders.
Fletcher is part of “group of renegades,” he says, who are on a mission to plug literature back into the electric heart of contemporary life and culture.Literature Should Be Taught Like Science - Issue 97: Wonder|Kevin Berger|February 24, 2021|Nautilus
What does that promising growth mean for the renegade brewers at Casa Bruja?House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To paraphrase the renegade philosopher Hannibal, I love it when science comes together.Glaciers Lose 204 Billion Tons of Ice in Three Years|Matthew R. Francis|October 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One of the strongest of the anti-Islamists is a renegade general, Khalifa Haftar, who is fighting in the east.
But its title is a misnomer: The far-from-renegade Gay is a very good feminist.
Earlier this year, Miller responded to calls to stand with Cliven Bundy and declared common cause with the renegade rancher.
Already the patch of brush in which lay the renegade Policemen was hidden in the smudge, shut away from our sight.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Cousin would have tried a shot at the renegade if not for fear of instant reprisal on the girl.A Virginia Scout|Hugh Pendexter
His former friends treated him as a renegade, and the whig newspapers showered abuse upon him.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
The renegade Yankee, and not the native planter, is made to bear the heaviest blow.
It was dangerous in the extreme, it might mean death, but it was death if he stayed in the clutches of the renegade half-breed.The Ranger Boys and the Border Smugglers|Claude A. Labelle
British Dictionary definitions for renegade
- a person who deserts his or her cause or faith for another; apostate; traitor
- (as modifier)a renegade priest