mischievously mischievously


  • (adv) in a disobedient or naughty way



  • His face was a pale Russian winter's landscape, his blue eyes shone mischievously.


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    It's  1950s Chicago. Four girls, four boys, all local Catholic school second-graders, are carrying on mischievously the way six-year-olds do --- squirming, teasing, fighting --- sneakily avoiding the stern gaze of nuns and priest. The faces they make. Their body contortions. Their dancing, singing. 
    on June 6, 2013     Source: The St. Augustine Record


  1. The New York Times' critic Alessandra Stanley said both programs "try too hard to imitate the high-gloss Sex and the City and miss that show's saving grace: it mischievously undermined the myth of sex, glamour and happiness in a light-hearted way....
    on Feb 13, 2008 By: Alessandra Stanley Source: The Age

  2. "Before this is unlocked, Mugabe runs away from the negotiating table and mischievously announces the (election) date," Chamisa said. "Surely it is an act of madness."
    on Jan 25, 2008 By: Nelson Chamisa Source: Forbes

  3. Roeder said: "Charles N'Zogbia is an exciting talent for us and his future is here at Newcastle United. Anyone who is mischievously saying otherwise is totally wasting their time. Charles is very important in my plans for the future and you do not...
    on Nov 29, 2006 By: Glenn Roeder Source: Independent

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