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Synonyms for mischievously

in a disobedient or naughty way

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With a glance, she saw that he had lost none of his recent civility; and, to imitate his politeness, she began as they to admire the beauty of the place; but she had not got beyond the words "delightful," and "charming," when some unlucky recollections obtruded, and she fancied that praise of Pemberley from her might be mischievously construed.
Dubai: A drunk traveller has been accused of behaving mischievously with a policeman who stopped him from boarding a plane for carrying batteries that could have endangered the safety of the passengers and the flight.
and mischievously cut-off Armoured cables connected to a generating set in the Church.
Having moo moo at Moo Moo Gold Coast with Amber Heard,' he mischievously captioned his post, while Heard ushered her Instagram post with the word 'Cheeky.
I think Ronald Koeman's comments about Romelu Lukaku have been misconstrued mischievously, I have to say.
Shout of order Director John Gilligan has to reassure a startled Mark Warburton at Ibrox when someone mischievously shouts "Hello Joey, long time no see.
In recognition of their longevity, the club are also nicknamed Der Dino and have a dinosaur mascot which the players have mischievously nicknamed Hermann, after long-serving physiotherapist Hermann Rieger.
The playfulness of this picture book is evident even from the cover with 'tickle' written in feathers, 'tiger' written in tiger fur, young Izzy prancing mischievously below an unaware tiger while small creatures and even a graffiti smiley face on the glass enclosure look on with surprise and pleasure.
Some voters may mischievously look forward with glee to the chaos this will cause but not for a long time has it been so important that this General Election produces a clear winner so that the country can be governed positively and strongly .
LAST night's prequel mischievously linked a fictional conspiracy to sterilise the entire human race to the 1979 vote of no confidence in the Labour Party which would ultimately lead to Margaret Thatcher's election victory.
She also mischievously offered Ed Miliband tips on eating a bacon butty after his embarrassing photoshoot.
Despite the overwhelming temptation to mischievously borrow a line from its first weather update - "Dull, misty start" - it's far too early to say whether ITV's Good Morning Britain will be any more of a success than Daybreak.
Judith Watts, a PhD researcher in the University of Reading's Mills and Boon archive said that the material from the manuscripts was taken rather mischievously by the publishers and editors and the notebook was for their own amusement.
We all know ladybugs are supposed to bring good luck to the farm, particularly when they play the role of predator to other insects, such as aphids, that mischievously lie in wait to devour that prized crop when your back is turned.
Mischievously, one might suggest, prime development land in Cardiff Bay has been pinpointed, close to both the new BBC studio and the Senedd building.