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    Plz help! What nuance separates the definitions of a rogue and a renegade? A rogue is law-abiding A rogue is charming. A renegade is charming. A renegade is law-abiding.

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    1. ChemicallyWrit
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      People often talk about renegade cops or the like, and when they do, they're saying they're on the run from the law. I would say that both renegades and rogues are charming, but only rogues obey the law.

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