Related formsro·guish·ly, adverbro·guish·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for roguish
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.
Even more emphatically, Urquhart—with a roguish smile—turns her picture facedown on his desk.Rewind: BBC’s Iconic Political Thriller ‘House of Cards’ Still Captivates|Jace Lacob|January 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Successfully navigating a personal and professional relationship with the roguish Bond has prepared her for anything.10 Fictional Replacements for CIA Chief David Petraeus|Ben Teitelbaum, Laura Colarusso|November 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With a roguish smile, Palin responded, “That sounds like Steve Schmidt!”
Course, I sends back the roguish wink, and by the end of the week we was callin' each other by our pet names.Torchy|Sewell Ford
Page 172: rougish amended to roguish; crows amended to crowns.Candide|Voltaire
When they first arrive, it is observed, they are simple and very innocent creatures; but soon turn to be roguish enough.
He beckoned to Caleb; and there were mutual, smiling, roguish negotiations between Caleb and the priest.The Tour|Louis Couperus
"One for you and one for me, but you see I've put them together," said he with a roguish gleam in his eye.Madame Flirt|Charles E. Pearce