Cute and Mischievous


Cute adjective - Making light of something usually regarded as serious or sacred.
Usage example: we're having a serious discussion here, so cut the cute remarks

Mischievous and cute are semantically related in playful topic. In some cases you can use "Mischievous" instead an adjective "Cute".

Nearby Word: cutely


Mischievous adjective - Tending to or exhibiting reckless playfulness.

Cute and mischievous are semantically related in playful topic. Sometimes you can use "Cute" instead an adjective "Mischievous".

Both words in one sentence

  • John is cute, mischievous and playful, but that seems the extent of his Weasel Mascot traits.
    Source: Weasel Mascot
  • The weasel (or ferret) is a cute, mischievous, playful mascot who nonetheless looks out mainly for himself and can be very critical of people around him.
    Source: Weasel Mascot
  • Cat Smile The playful counterpart to the Cheshire Cat Grin, often used by The Ditz, the cute Kawaiiko, or a more normal character being playful or mischievous rather than manipulative or creepy.
    Source: Cat Smile
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