from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An evildoer; a villain.
- n. An infidel; a heretic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Lacking in conscience or moral principles; unscrupulous.
- adj. Holding an incorrect religious belief.
- n. One who has behaved badly, or illegally.
- n. One not restrained by moral principles; an unscrupulous villain.
- n. One who holds an incorrect religious belief; an unbeliever.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Holding a false religious faith.
- adj. Destitute of conscience; unscrupulous; villainous; base; depraved.
- n. One who holds a false religious faith; a misbeliever.
- n. One not restrained by Christian principles; an unscrupulous villain; a depraved person; a vile wretch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Misbelieving; unbelieving; infidel.
- Vile; detestable.
- n. An unbeliever; a misbeliever.
- n. A vile wretch; a scoundrel; a detestable villain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person without moral scruples
On the other hand if the miscreant is 26 feet away and the Glock does what it says on the carrying case then 3-5 years of suspension and a high court case await. on July 6, 2008 at 5: 58 pm | Reply James
Double-special bonus points if you can document her calling the miscreant a “sexist.”
Frankly, the only way ANYONE could POSSIBLY support this miscreant, is if their concepts of responsibility, honesty and fair play are so corrupt, so misdirected and so twisted, that they themselves are unfit to belong in a civilized society.
No one but a miscreant is impressed with a wad of plastic.
Dubois Crancé stated, that at the epoch of the trial of the tyrant, Marat had said, in speaking of Robespierre; that miscreant is more dangerous to liberty than all the combined despots.
Or the miscreant is an elder ’statesman (woman)’, highly respected, quite wealthy and still very well-connected.
His hand was yet on the chamber-door, and Barnes was calling his miscreant and scoundrel within; so no wonder Barnes had a hangdog look.
I asked him what his reaction was to her being called a miscreant by prosecutors.
The law should be amended so that the fact that the miscreant is a foreign national, must serve sn aggravating factor.
The miscreant was a fine specimen of Reduvius personatus, the cone-nosed blood-sucker, soon thereafter to achieve heights of newspaper notoriety together with its cousin, Melanolestes picipes, as the "kissing-bug."