A mischievous or wayward person, especially a young person or child; a rascal.
- He was a whoring, drunken scapegrace who was blackening the family’s name.
- Her husband, John Hall, is decent and dull, which Tuck Milligan doesn’t mitigate: Rafe, the would-be lover, is decent and torn, to which Armand Schultz adds wooden; Trent Dawson plays Lane as a standard scapegrace.
- Dave Nash showed up in town, a stranger in a bad way, having a three-week bender with the local scapegrace, Bill Schell.
- And Julie’s roistering scapegrace of a brother, Tony, could be no one other than John Barrymore.
- Although Byron had cultivated a reputation as a fighter and scapegrace at Harrow, he could not allow his former tutor, a mere commoner, to define him.
- Tom Jones probably prompted Richardson to offer the virtuous hero, Grandison, as a response to Fielding’s scapegrace
- повеса, шалопай, бездельник