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MICHIEF [ˈmisCHif]

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What is the definition of the word 'mischief'?

Definition of mischief. 1 : a specific injury or damage attributed to a particular agent the polished floor … often causes mischiefs — bruises, sprains, dislocations— Herbert Spencer.

What does the name mischief mean?

1. conduct or activity that causes petty annoyance. 2. a tendency to tease or annoy. 3. harm or trouble: to come to mischief. 4. an injury or evil caused by a person or thing. 5. a cause or source of harm, evil, or annoyance.

What do names mean mischief?

Top 21 Boys' Names With a Hint of Mischief

  • PUCK. In Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream, Puck was the name of a mischievous pixie. ...
  • BRAZEN. Brazen is a brash, unusual "word" name not too distant from Bryson and Braden. ...
  • CANNON. Cannon is a traditional English name that may mean "clergyman," but it has a much more explosive side.
  • DIESEL. ...
  • LEO. ...
  • GUNNER. ...
  • CAI. ...
  • RAIDEN. ...
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    What does malicious mischief mean?

    malicious mischief. n. The unlawful destruction of another's property, done with intent to cause injury or loss of use of the property, or with reckless disregard of the owner's rights.

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