renegade

Renegade vs Bandit - What's the difference?

renegade | bandit |


As nouns the difference between renegade and bandit

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while bandit is bandit.

Renegade vs Allegiance - What's the difference?

renegade | allegiance |


As nouns the difference between renegade and allegiance

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while allegiance is loyalty to some cause, nation or ruler.

Renegade vs Proselyte - What's the difference?

renegade | proselyte |


As nouns the difference between renegade and proselyte

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while proselyte is proselyte.

As an adjective proselyte is

proselytic.

Renegade vs Tergiversator - What's the difference?

renegade | tergiversator |


As nouns the difference between renegade and tergiversator

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while tergiversator is one who tergiversates.

Renegade vs Paragon - What's the difference?

renegade | paragon |


As nouns the difference between renegade and paragon

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while paragon is a person of preeminent qualities, who acts as a pattern or model of some given (especially positive) quality.

As a verb paragon is

to compare; to parallel; to put in rivalry or emulation with.

Relegate vs Renegade - What's the difference?

relegate | renegade |


As nouns the difference between relegate and renegade

is that relegate is a person who has been banished from proximity to rome for a set time, but without losing his civil rights while renegade is an outlaw or rebel.

As a verb relegate

is exile, banish, remove, or send away.

As an adjective relegate

is (archaic) relegated]]; [[exile|exiled.

Renegade vs Disloyalty - What's the difference?

renegade | disloyalty |


As nouns the difference between renegade and disloyalty

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while disloyalty is (countable) an act of being disloyal; a betrayal.

Expatriate vs Renegade - What's the difference?

expatriate | renegade | Related terms |

Expatriate is a related term of renegade.


As nouns the difference between expatriate and renegade

is that expatriate is one who lives outside one’s own country while renegade is an outlaw or rebel.

As an adjective expatriate

is of, or relating to, people who are expatriates.

As a verb expatriate

is to banish; to drive or force (a person) from his own country; to make an exile of.

Renegade vs Vagrant - What's the difference?

renegade | vagrant | Related terms |

Renegade is a related term of vagrant.


As nouns the difference between renegade and vagrant

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while vagrant is a person without a home or job.

As an adjective vagrant is

moving without certain direction; wandering; erratic; unsettled.

Renegade vs Nomad - What's the difference?

renegade | nomad | Related terms |

Renegade is a related term of nomad.


As nouns the difference between renegade and nomad

is that renegade is an outlaw or rebel while nomad is nomad.

As an adjective nomad is

nomadic.

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