naughtiness naughtiness


  • (n) an attribute of mischievous children



  1. Indeed, keep naughtiness in check and avoid complacency.
  2. There were drinks, celebs, giveaways all in all, a classic one-two punch of nostalgia and naughtiness.
  3. As she recounts the one public moment when she ever felt attractive, her face softens and she reveals a hidden sense of humor, of naughtiness, of delight.


  • Hooves and history

    A cross the centuries, denizens of Saratoga Springs displayed a taste for the carbonated life and the edgier aspects of gambling. The Spa was built upon this beguiling contradiction of healthiness and naughtiness. In its first iteration, tourists chased the therapeutic claims of its mineral waters in the early 19th century and flocked to large downtown hotels. In more recent times, magnums of ...
    on July 27, 2013     Source: Albany Times Union


  1. Dawn writes: "Ironically, I think you and I have always shared a kind of unspoken misbehaviour gauge below which much naughtiness is excusable and fairly harmless. We work apart, we meet interesting, attractive people and they are interested in and...
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Dawn French Source: What's On TV

  2. STEVE MARTIN adds, "He loved to laugh. His occasional touch of boyish naughtiness made America a sweet and kind place to be, and he without doubt enriched our nation."
    on Jan 24, 2005 By: Steve Martin Source:

  3. "I'm not the same as my character [in The Ugly Truth], but I agree with the idea behind the movie," Butler adds. "Men like naughty women. But if we could meet somewhere in the middle, that we all have a bit of naughtiness but a niceness as...
    on Jul 23, 2009 By: Gerard Butler Source: Showbiz Spy

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