Word of the Day – Miscreant

Miscreant (adj)

mis-kree-ant

A person who has done something wrong or unlawful: A heretic.

Middle English (as an adjective in the sense ‘disbelieving’): from Old French mescreant, present participle of mescreire ‘disbelieve’.

Example sentences

“He sat down across from his miscreant son, feeling drained and exhausted and not very happy at all.”

“Police scoured the city, eventually finding and detaining the miscreant pair.”

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