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MISCHIVEOUSE [ˈmisCHivəs]

ADJECTIVE
mischievous (adjective)

  • (of a person, animal, or their behavior) causing or showing a fondness for causing trouble in a playful way.
  • (of an action or thing) causing or intended to cause harm or trouble.
Synonyms: naughty . bad . misbehaving . disobedient . troublesome . vexatious . rascally . roguish . prankish . delinquent . playful . teasing . wicked . impish . puckish . waggish . arch . well behaved . good . malicious . malevolent . hostile . spiteful . bitter . venomous . poisonous . ill-natured . evil . baleful . vindictive . vengeful . vitriolic . rancorous . malign . malignant . pernicious . mean . nasty . harmful . hurtful . destructive . wounding . cruel . unkind . defamatory . malefic . maleficent . harmless . well intentioned .

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What does the name mischievous mean?

The definition of mischievous is someone or something that causes harm or likes to play and annoy with tricks.

What is another word for "mischievous person"?

24 Mischievous person synonyms. What are another words for Mischievous person? Rascal, scallywag, scamp. Full list of synonyms for Mischievous person is here.

What is another word for mischievously?

Synonyms for mischievous. adverse, bad, baleful, baneful, damaging, dangerous, deleterious, detrimental,

What is the adjective for mischevious?

Adjective . mischievous (comparative more mischievous, superlative most mischievous) Causing mischief; injurious.

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