Even more emphatically, Urquhart—with a roguish smile—turns her picture facedown on his desk.
Successfully navigating a personal and professional relationship with the roguish Bond has prepared her for anything.
The overall effect was that hirstute Harry looked more dashing and roguish than ever.
With a roguish smile, Palin responded, “That sounds like Steve Schmidt!”
For Andrew was once Harry, the roguish younger brother who could do no wrong, but it's a very different story today.
But Maida made up her mind that she was going to learn sometime, even, as she said with a roguish smile, if it took a leg.
With that, there leaped in her such an impulse of roguish gallantry as she could never resist.
Brass, the roguish confederate of Dick Amlet, and acting as his servant.
What a roguish pair of eyes, after all, the little cap-maker has!
I see the roguish face of my baby brother, whose perfect beauty was long since hid under the coffin lid.