Synonyms of wretch in English:


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1‘the unfortunate wretches were driven to kill themselves’

poor creature, poor soul, poor thing, miserable creature, sad case, unfortunate, poor unfortunate
informal poor devil, poor beggar, poor bastard, poor bunny
British vulgar slang sod, bugger

2‘I wouldn't trust the old wretch an inch’

scoundrel, villain, ruffian, rogue, rascal, reprobate, criminal, delinquent, good-for-nothing, cad
informal heel, creep, jerk, louse, rat, pig, skunk, hound, weasel, toad, snake, snake in the grass, lowlife, scumbag, bad egg, stinker, nasty piece of work, son of a bitch, SOB
British informal scrote, blighter, bad lot
Irish informal sleeveen, spalpeen
North American informal rat fink, varmint
derogatory bastard, dog, dirty dog
derogatory, informal swine
British informal, dated rotter, bounder
vulgar slang shit
British vulgar slang bugger
archaic blackguard, miscreant, knave, dastard, varlet, wastrel, rapscallion, whoreson