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  • n  the trait of behaving like an imp

  • Once they had produced 400 shows and run a zillion variations on Homer's Brobdingnagian stupidity, Marge's slow burn, Bart's overachieving impishness, Lisa's displaced intelligence .
  • The Cat in the Hat was nothing but irritating-ingratiating impishness.
  • There will be a duel of styles too: of romantic grandeur against the balloon-pricking impishness of a cast culled from Saturday Night Live (Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest .
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  • I confess, I want to hug Pope Francis: Guest opinion
    Pope Francis exudes joy, passion, curiosity, candor, a wee bit of impishness, and above all an abiding love of the world and all mankind, a Hillsboro resident writes. These are the qualities we all want in ourselves, our families, our communities and our world, she says.
    July 31, 2013 - The Hillsboro Argus

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