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use "mischievous" in a sentence

we meet Salvatore, the mischievous, highly intelligent son of a war widow.

Characters in Li'l Jinx Li'l Jinx Holliday, the main character, a mischievous, fun-loving little girl.

Some mischievous wikipedia editors had written deliberately silly comments about the
to protect and extingushing the light, mischief and Candy ride the seas to Abarat.

But, though their weakness was ridiculous, he could assure them that these pygmies might do a great deal of mischief.

Eventually, Janavi gets irritated by Pugazh's mischief.

Miri however, doesn't agree with the other children's mischief and stays near Captain Kirk, whom she appears to have a crush on.

Baylor Evolutionary Informatics Lab controversy subsequently in July and August 2007, Dembski played a central role in the short-lived and controversial Follow the money: more Dembski/Baylor-related mischief? Mosaic Scale and Monarch Wings The Mosaic Scale held the imprisoned spirit of mischief, Sibini, and the Monarch Wings, the Mosaic Scale's sister Shen gong Wu, would imbue Sibini with the ultimate strength and power of mayhem.

Nancy is a good kid but bossy and she usually gets up to mischief and that's what gets her in trouble.

Simple Assault; Shoplifting; Criminal mischief) The goal of the Court is to ensure that every person is treated with respect and given a fair trial or experience in Municipal Court.

His friends, especially drug-dealer Dean are intent on causing mischief and sucking JC back into his old habits, which Chloe had hoped were long gone.

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