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  • Little is known about him beyond his great power and mischievous nature.
  • He is very mischievous and that can sometimes be a bad thing for himself.
  • There it was said that she lived a happy and even mischievous life.
  • But answer my question: is there any foundation for so mischievous a report? Cited from Imaginary Conversations and Poems, by Walter Savage Landor
  • He has a sense of justice and is slowly becoming more responsible, but still remains mischievous.
  • Things take a mischievous turn when he finds out there are three other boys interested in her as well.
  • He was looking better than when she had seen him last, and had a mischievous smile on his face. Cited from Sisters Three, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • She remained as popular and mischievous as ever and quickly regained her old form.
  • Next door, there are a family with three mischievous young boys.
  • It tells the story of two adopted children changing from their old, mischievous ways of life.
  • He is ten years-old and has a mischievous nature.
  • In the early issues he is a very good character, by the 1990s his character has become more mischievous.
  • The mischievous little thing knew well enough whom they were calling, and I am sure she knew what they wanted. Cited from Second Book of Tales, by Eugene Field
  • She plays the role of a very responsible girl unlike her elder brother and younger sister who always do mischievous things.
  • Only through reason does the mind see clearly, and mischievous things become less formidable in their attacks.
  • He was later sent to Fox's School where his mischievous reign continued.
  • We children want to be as mischievous as we like without the controlling influence of grown-up people. Cited from More about Pixie, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • I know you will understand my anxiety on your account, lest such a mischievous report should be believed. Cited from Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume 1 (of 3), 1837-1843, Queen Victoria
  • Good men are at peace among themselves; bad ones are equally mischievous to the good and to one another. Cited from The Best of the World's Classics, Prose, Vol. II - Rome, by Various
  • One by one the trees died or were destroyed by mischievous boys, and unfortunately they were not replaced. Cited from Recollections of Old Liverpool, by A Nonagenarian
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