mischievousness


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  • noun

Synonyms for mischievousness

Synonyms for mischievousness

an attribute of mischievous children

the trait of behaving like an imp

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Then there is the shy and apologetic Bennett of the real world, his mischievousness forever wrapped in a cloak of shyness and insecurity.
Bringing back charm and mischievousness to the funny pages, "The Mighty Alice" is a compilation from Richard Thompson, multi-award winning cartoonist.
Of course it was none, Maxine herself is a confident, engaging character with a smile hinting at mischievousness, a genuinely Lancastrian accent and a determination ensuring her latest, title role in Strindberg's masterpiece Miss Julie at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, leaves us with another indelible image.
Play Clan (Peter Celli Street, Fort Kochi; tel: 645 5001) is full of bright products, almost beckoning with their naughtiness and mischievousness.
He was extremely ambitious, funny, sincere with a twist of mischievousness at times which made him unique.
With her beguiling mix of good intentions and mischievousness, [ETH]milie is pretty much a carbon copy of Amlie (Tautou's character in the film of the same name) although irritatingly fickle.
One observation I found particularly fascinating was in the delicacy and mischievousness that percolated in Tip Toland's mannerisms and voice.
In 2006 David asked me if I had much work on, at the time I was looking to take on extra lads but I was a bit wary of Davids mischievousness as I had known him since he was a young teenager," he explained.
Hence it is misleading to the point of mischievousness for Devarajan to contradict my assertion that Africans are getting poorer.
4] undercuts any hope that jurors' inferential mischievousness with prior crimes evidence can be kept in check by a sternly worded instruction.
To account for Harry's lying, rule breaking, and mischievousness, Killinger argues that Rowling "didn't buy all those myths" about Jesus' "never telling a lie and never having a bad thought" (8).
Everybody believes they can do it better, and I don't think there is any mischievousness involved here; however, its crucial payment systems remain in the hands of a regulated entity.
Some betray carefree independence, others wistful melancholy, quiet contemplation and fearless mischievousness.
In view of the recent conditions in the wake of the sanctions and the mischievousness of some sellers in increasing gasoline price, the increased production of this product began at the (refining) units 20 days ago," he said.
In view of the recent conditions in the wake of the sanctions and the mischievousness of some sellers in increasing gasoline price, the increased production of this product began at the (refining) units 20 days ago," he said Mir-Kazzemi, who was speaking after a Cabinet meeting, said the current daily production was achieved during the previous week.