What is another word for rotter?

152 synonyms found


[ ɹˈɒtə], [ ɹˈɒtə], [ ɹ_ˈɒ_t_ə]

Rotter is a derogatory term for someone who behaves badly or dishonestly. Synonyms for rotter include scoundrel, cad, rogue, rascal, scalawag, villain, and blackguard. These words all imply an individual who is untrustworthy, immoral, or deceitful. Other synonyms for rotter are ne'er-do-well, miscreant, knave, and black sheep. These words describe someone who is unscrupulous, unreliable, and generally unpleasant. Rotters are often seen as lacking in character and honor, and are not to be trusted. While there may be variations in meaning between these synonyms, they all describe somebody who is not to be admired, respected, or emulated in any way.

How to use "Rotter" in context?

Rotters are people who exploit their position of power for their own gain. They can be bosses, politicians, or anyone who has authority or control over someone else. They usually take advantage of people who are weaker, or who don't have a voice.

Rotters can be sneaky and tricksy, always looking for a way to get ahead. They can be manipulative and unfair, using their power to get what they want. They often have a wicked sense of humor and a tendency to insult their victims.

rotters can be dangerous too, often abusing their position to get someone else into trouble.

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