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mischievous child

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  • Mischievous — Mis chie*vous (m[i^]s ch[ e]*v[u^]s), a. Causing mischief; harmful; hurtful; now often applied where the evil is done carelessly or in sport; as, a mischievous child. Most mischievous foul sin. Shak. [1913 Webster] This false, wily, doubling… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mischievous — [[t]mɪ̱stʃɪvəs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED A mischievous person likes to have fun by playing harmless tricks on people or doing things they are not supposed to do. She rocks back and forth on her chair like a mischievous child... He s a little mischievous …   English dictionary

  • child —   Keiki, kama; nōpu u (Ni ihau).   Also: lei, pua, liko, ōpu u, hāpu u, hānau, poke o. See orphan.    ♦ Beloved child, kama lei, pua lei, lei kau maka, keiki punahele.    ♦ Only child, kama kahi, hua kahi, hānau kahi (see saying, a o).    ♦… …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • mischievous — adjective 1) a mischievous child Syn: naughty, badly behaved, misbehaving, disobedient, troublesome, full of mischief; rascally, roguish Ant: well behaved 2) a mischievous smile Syn …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Child of the Dark Prophecy —   …   Wikipedia

  • mischievous — [mis′chə vəs] adj. [ME mischevous < Anglo Fr] 1. causing mischief; specif., a) injurious; harmful b) prankish; teasing; full of tricks 2. inclined to annoy or vex with playful tricks; naughty: said esp. of a child mischievously adv.… …   English World dictionary

  • child — n. 1) to adopt; bear, give birth to, have a child (she had four children) 2) to carry a child (a mother carries a child for nine months) 3) to beget; conceive a child 4) to bring up, raise, rear a child 5) to feed; nurse; wean a child 6) to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • mischievous — mis|chie|vous [ mıstʃıvəs ] adjective a mischievous person, especially a child, enjoys having fun by causing trouble: There were always mischievous boys around. a. a mischievous look or expression shows that you enjoy having fun by causing… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mischievous — UK [ˈmɪstʃɪvəs] / US adjective a mischievous person, especially a child, enjoys having fun by causing trouble There were always mischievous boys around. a) a mischievous look or expression shows that you enjoy having fun by causing trouble The… …   English dictionary

  • Child of Our Time — Not to be confused with A Child of Our Time. Child of Our Time Format Documentary Created by Tessa Livingstone Starring Professor Robert Winston, The children and their parents …   Wikipedia

  • child — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ little, small, young ▪ My father died while I was still a small child. ▪ newborn ▪ teenage ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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