impish[ im-pish ]SEE DEFINITION OF impish
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There lurked about him the impish quality of the whistle that had summoned her.
She knew Jack could never feel the same to me, as the mother of that impish girl.
In such a life there is no place for untruthfulness or any member of its impish brood.
It was an impish trick, and it brought him unwittingly into peril of his soul.
They could not reconcile it with the impish tricks she had played.
An impish fear clutched my hand, so that I could not write any more that day.
These black, impish creatures must be my pioneers to Venice.
Whatever he said would be discredited on this impish theory.
When I saw your impish tendencies I should have forsworn the alliance.'
She flashed him an impish grin, revealing clean white teeth.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPISH
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- feeling one's oats
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