waggish[ wag-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF waggish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAGGISH
"No; that isn't it," he said, chiding her with a waggish forefinger.
A waggish friend of his popped a quantity of gunpowder into B——'s instrument.
What a chance for some waggish baboon to drop a nut or a berry in!
She stood up, and there came over her faded face a waggish expression.
Because,” cried the waggish urchin, “the parties are not agreed.
So may the Gods bless me, Scapha is waggish; the hussy's quite knowing.
I know you to be a wag by nature, and you must play the waggish actor.
"Bad habit," and Furneaux crooked a waggish forefinger at him.
The lines in italics are from the eulogy that provoked his waggish comments.
"No, that won't be necessary at all," replied the waggish lieutenant.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR WAGGISH
- feeling one's oats
- full of pep