naughty

[ naw-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF naughty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NAUGHTY

And Mrs. Oldaker, with a coy fillip of her fan, called him a naughty boy.

"I'm not naughty, miss—at least I am doing all I can to get over it," she sobbed.

And I mean to go this very day, and tell some of then what naughty people they are!

You are inside of the box, naughty creature, and there you shall stay!

Such as he are fierce when crossed, and he hath a band of naughty men at his heels.

"Oh no; Geoff's not naughty to me, scarcely never," said Vicky, eagerly.

The old woman refused, vowing that she did not know that naughty song.

They became accustomed to the naughty jokes of the old clerk.

Yes, and the naughty boy has broken his promise and must be whipped.

Sally shrugged her shoulders with the petulant gesture of a naughty child.

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