Adjective(1) naughtily or annoyingly playful(2) deliberately causing harm or damage
(1) At some point, the paper will do something mischievous that prompts questions to be asked of its management.(2) This politician is charming and likeable but carries the air of a bit of a mischievous rogue.(3) She almost believed him until she saw the mischievous gleam in his brown eyes.(4) His mother keeps a careful eye on the youngster to stop him being mischievous .(5) Sam shook his head, and a slightly mischievous smile appeared on his face.(6) I could see that same mischievous glint in his eyes which was once a part of his personality.(7) A council has waged war on mischievous Halloween youngsters by banning children from buying eggs, it emerged today.(8) Barry grins back, a natural expression that makes him look mischievous .(9) I turned back to Chase and gave him a little mischievous smile.(10) Byron was shoved out of the way rather forcefully by two identical twins with very mischievous grins.(11) She smiled at the mussed blonde hair and the cute, slightly mischievous look on Adrian's face.(12) He is always doing something mischievous and looks guilty at all times.(13) Can anyone direct us to where these mischievous articles have appeared?(14) This practice of profiling is mischievous and harmful to a tolerant and developing society.(15) Sure he was a bit mischievous , but so was she.(16) Me, I love my nephew to death, but I think he needs to be a bit more mischievous .
1. naughty ::
2. playful ::
3. arch ::
1. nice ::
2. orderly ::
Different Formsmischievous, mischievously, mischievousness
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