To contain anger from mischief
, though it take hold of a man, there be two things, whereof you must have special caution.
They, thinking no evil, followed her, all except Eurylochus, who suspected mischief and staid outside.
The others did not suspect any mischief so they followed her into the house, but I staid where I was, for I thought there might be some treachery.
And as soon as an important moment of life comes, like the children when they are cold and hungry, I turn to Him, and even less than the children when their mother scolds them for their childish mischief
, do I feel that my childish efforts at wanton madness are reckoned against me.
However, we'll find him a billet where he can't possibly do any mischief.
If you found him a billet where I should like to see him," Surgeon-Major Thomson observed bitterly, "he would never do any more mischief in this world
But Zeus in the anger of his heart hid it, because Prometheus the crafty deceived him; therefore he planned sorrow and mischief against men.
But the woman took off the great lid of the jar (3) with her hands and scattered all these and her thought caused sorrow and mischief to men.
But then it was to be considered what should be done to keep them from doing the mischief
they designed; for all agreed, governor and all, that means were to be used for preserving the society from danger.
Harrod's fort was then defended by only sixty-five men, and Boonsborough by twenty-two, there being no more forts or white men in the country, except at the Falls, a considerable distance from these, and all taken collectively, were but a handful to the numerous warriors that were every where dispersed through the country, intent upon doing all the mischief
that savage barbarity could invent.
he said to himself; "I thought we should have some mischief
I should have gone alone after the birds; nay, I did go at first, and he only followed me to prevent more mischief
He was still sleeping; so the curate asked the niece for the keys of the room where the books, the authors of all the mischief
, were, and right willingly she gave them.
They were chiefly laborers and seafaring men, together with many young apprentices, and all those idle people about town who are ready for any kind of mischief
I think that either out of sheer love of mischief
, or from some subtler motive, he is capable of anything.