naughtier naughtier


  1. (adj) suggestive of sexual impropriety
  2. (adj) badly behaved



  1. Those bottoms could be naughtier! And now, let's do it once more, just for luck.
  2. The editor of the poems leaves a blank wherever the absence of an innocent word might imply the presence of a naughtier one.
  3. The Star is a subdued version of its naughtier British sisters.



  1. "The sweet girl in Junebug is not who Amy really is," says co-star Embeth Davidtz. "Amy's much naughtier than anyone I know. I can't give you examples because they are so beyond X-rated. She's got the wickedest sense of humor and says what...
    on Feb 10, 2009 By: Embeth Davidtz Source: BlackBook Magazine

  2. "It's fun to be naughtier these days because I had to tone it down when I was on Blue Peter," says law graduate Zoe, a former Miss Northern Ireland. "I love to be sexy. I totally support wolf-whistling! If a guy whistles at me from a building...
    on Oct 1, 2009 By: Zoe Salmon Source:

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