Difficult Words :

Rudimentary and Rogue





Difficult Words : Rudimentary and Rogue

Rogue (rogh) n: a criminally dishonest person, a scoundrel

A rogue is someone who can't be trusted. It is often used however to characterize a playfully mischievous person.




Rudimentary (ROO duh MEN tuth ree) adj: basic, crude unformed or undeveloped

The primitive tribe's tools were very rudimentary. In fact, they looked more like rocks than like tools.

The boy who had lived with wolves for fifteen years lacked even the most rudimentary social skills.

The strange creature had small bumps on its torso that appeared to be rudimentary limbs.



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