Thesaurus / mischief-making
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Unfortunately, the mischief-making Lee, now known to have been little better than a traitor, ordered a retreat.

It would not be home without their noisy tongues and their mischief-making hands.

He is a mischief-making, hardened young man, or he would never have come to what he has.

Things wore a serious aspect; mischief-making parties, for some paltry gain, fed the spirit of discontent.

Her mischief-making faculties were aroused merely on Marjories account.

They will attack anything, and, with their spiny armour, dare the stoutest to retaliate upon their mischief-making pertinacity.

That mischief-making sparrow, Cheapside, insulted her as soon as she came into the garden.

She is married now—poor thing—and the mother of three "little curly-headed, good-for-nothing, mischief-making monkeys."

This, by some mischief-making Persons, was held to be highly compromising to the Fair Beguine.

Then she heard a scamper of bare feet, the squeals of mischief-making children escaping from a pursuing nurse.

The Cup of FuryRupert Hughes

WORDS RELATED TO MISCHIEF-MAKING

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.