noun (plural picaros)
A rogue: the main character is a picaro who lives by his wits
Early 17th century: from Spanish.
Joel was a rogue, a cad and a bounder.Picaro
, no doubt, and yet not a lout.
Suave, debonair, with a curl in his hair.
He chased all the girls, the thin and the stout.
From young to mature, he made them his quest.
He dallied, moved on, not one was left chaste.
He never did rush, all doubts overcome.
A conquest; move on. All could be replaced.
Words are a game. Sometimes I play alone, but you are welcome to play, too.