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synonyms for naughtily

  • criminally
  • evilly
  • improperly
  • shamefully
  • unethically
  • wickedly

antonyms for naughtily

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  • adequately
  • calmly
  • little
  • mildly
  • morally
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How to use naughtily in a sentence

You naughtily implied something of that kind just when you were running away from me.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
It was the father of the bright boy that had so naughtily looked into the window—who owned the wagon.
THE GOLD BRICKANN S. STEPHENS
It was the sacred Sunday, the evening of the "family-group," as the grandchildren naughtily called it among themselves.
SMALL SOULSLOUIS COUPERUS
But, when on the landing-place, he naughtily drew out the cork to have a taste himself.
FORGOTTEN TALES OF LONG AGOE. V. LUCAS
Then Lily proceeded to unfold a plan, which was not philosophical, but naughtily ingenious.
THE COPY-CAT AND OTHER STORIESMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
Without great difficulty they entered into that straw-thatched cottage, scurvily built, naughtily movabled, and all besmoked.
GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL, COMPLETE.FRANCOIS RABELAIS
"'This is the cat that killed the rat, that did something or other in the house that Jack built,'" interrupts Molly, naughtily.
MOLLY BAWNMARGARET WOLFE HAMILTON
"Don't pay any attention to Sophy," Alicia advised the portrait, naughtily.
A WOMAN NAMED SMITHMARIE CONWAY OEMLER
Shirley, looking more than ever like an adorable cherub in freshly ironed pink chambray, shook her head naughtily.
ROSEMARYJOSEPHINE LAWRENCE
I leave you alone for one day, and you instantly behave naughtily like this.
THE RELENTLESS CITYEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO NAUGHTILY

  • criminally
  • evilly
  • improperly
  • naughtily
  • shamefully
  • unethically
  • wickedly
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.