naughtily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a disobedient or naughty way
behaved naughtily when they had guests and was sent to his room
- Author Milne hints darkly that something odd must have happened to Chloe in her earlier days to make her treat men so naughtily.
- If publishers' advance sales figures mean anything, some 25,000 readers were waiting avidly last week for this naughtily natural history of a Paris side street.
- Some unscrupulous cosmeticians still scamper naughtily on the sidelines, putting poisons into paints and powders, putting false statements into advertising.
News & Articles
- Facebook’s ‘I F***ing Love Science’ To Become A Discovery Channel Show
The million Facebook fans for “I F***ing Love Science” will be able to view irreverent and unabashedly pro-science content in a new way, as the Discovery Channel has teamed up with the popular and naughtily named page to create a new web program. Over on Facebook, 6,679,716 people are fans of the “I F***ing Love... Read more » Facebook’s ‘I F***ing Love Science’ To Become A Discovery Channel ...
Aug. 26, 2013 - The Inquisitr