scamp[ skamp ]SEE DEFINITION OF scamp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCAMP
Go to your bedroom; and if you turn out a good-for-nothing and a scamp, it is no fault of mine.
I was a scamp—but a frolicsome scamp—and that is always a popular character.
She could only trust to his being a scamp as her only hope of escape.
He ought to have played the scamp; he should have acted in concert with the Rougons.
"I'm looking for that scamp of a Marjolin," replied the artist.
And I only wish I had my fingers this minute in the hair of the scamp that gave him the liquor.
I saw that lawyer and I found out about—about the other scamp.
Some scamp had filched it from one of the churches and was trying to sell it.
I wonder what she would have said if she had known that I was the 'scamp' that troubled her so much Monday.
“That was a clever trick we played upon the scamp,” said he with a smile.