English Thesaurus
(noun) 
Definition
an unpleasant person
(British, informal)  some rotten stinking sod
Synonyms
rogue
He wasn't a rogue at all.
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bastard (informal, offensive)
I don't trust the bastard.
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scoundrel
He is a lying scoundrel.
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devil
You cheeky little devil!
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villain
As a copper, I've spent my life putting villains like him away.
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imp
I didn't say that, you little imp!
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scally (Northwest England, dialect)
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wretch
I think he's a mean-minded, vindictive old wretch.
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knave (archaic)
It is difficult to believe that he is such a knave behind my back.
, ,
reprobate
the drunken reprobate of popular legend
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scallywag (informal)
, ,
miscreant
Local people demanded that the magistrate apprehend the miscreants.
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varmint (informal)
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wrong 'un (slang)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of devil
You cheeky little devil!
Synonyms
monkey (informal),
imp,
tyke (informal),
scallywag (informal),
mischief-maker,
whippersnapper,
toerag (slang),
pickle (British, informal),
nointer (Australian, slang)
in the sense of imp
Definition
a mischievous child
I didn't say that, you little imp!
Synonyms
urchin (old-fashioned),
pickle (British, informal),
nointer (Australian, slang)
in the sense of knave
Definition
a dishonest man
It is difficult to believe that he is such a knave behind my back.
Synonyms
scoundrel (old-fashioned),
scally (Northwest England, dialect),
bounder (old-fashioned, slang, British),
rotter (slang, British),
scallywag (informal),
scumbag (slang),
cocksucker (taboo, slang),
varlet (archaic),
wrong 'un (slang)

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Thesaurus for sod from the Collins English Thesaurus
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