The correct answer is rogue.
C. body of church
The correct answer is (D) Rogue; rascal; cheat; unprincipled or dishonest person. In cards, a jack. Formerly, a male servant or man of humble position.
Knave comes from Old English cnafa (boy, servant, knave), German knabe (boy).
Examples of use:
- In their minds, he was either a knave or a fool.
- He considered his accusers to be knaves and villains.