To cease to follow orders; to act on one's own, usually against expectation or instruction. To pursue one's own interests.
The priest joked that he wrote his sermons not to interest the worshipful, but to rebuke those who were tempted to go rogue.
by Tomasso February 03, 2009
To depart from convention with a sincere spirit of rebellion and disregard of social judgement. Often an act that pisses on all below from an elevated perch of self-indulgance.
Mr. K needed an animal act of edginess in his routine suburban existence. One day he decided to go rogue and pee off his deck. Unfortunately, he now is in the routine of going rogue every night.
by Kirkyvonkirky November 28, 2018
Some gay guys go rogue sometimes. They act like a couple of normal guys shopping for beer and pizza, but they're not fooling anybody with that "O" magazine in their cart.
by Scott T. B. October 19, 2007